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This article will introduce basic control theory and discuss how to analyze the stability and bandwidth of a DC-to-DC voltage control loop. It may help designers to deeply understand control loop, as well as calculate circuit parameters accurately and quickly instead of using trial and error when encountering control loop problems.
Reduce the size and extend the life of bioimpedance (BioZ) remote-patient monitoring (RPM) devices with the MAX30009 low-power, high-performance BioZ analog front-end (AFE) from Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI).
Analog Devices’ mmW 5G Chipset Addresses Full 5G NR FR2 Spectrum to Enable Simpler and Smaller Radios - NewsMarch 31, 2022
Analog Devices, Inc. introduced a millimeter wave (mmW) 5G front-end chipset that addresses required frequency bands enabling designers to reduce complexity and bring smaller and more versatile radios to market faster.
Together, the two companies will build 5G-ready solutions to expand the diversity of commercially available O-RUs and facilitate the growth of Open RAN networks. As a part of this collaboration, STL and Analog Devices will work closely with other ecosystem providers, including power amplifier vendors, to expand the range of STL's Garuda O-RU indoor small cell offerings.
Analog Devices Introduces Step-Down Buck Converter that Reduces Space in Multi-Cell Battery Applications - NewsJanuary 31, 2022
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) introduced the MAX77540 step-down buck converter, which provides single stage power conversion in multi-cell battery applications, such as augmented reality/virtual reality (ARVR) headsets, land mobile radios (LMRs), and digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras.
Find the Cost and Performance Sweet Spot for Battery Management and Traction Inverter Systems Design - StoryJanuary 18, 2022
Even with advances in battery technology and electromechanics, OEMs struggle to meet the mix of expectations on ultralow emissions performance, vehicle range, and consumer affordability. Innovations in the fields of isolation, power management, magnetics sensing, and battery management systems (BMS) can help OEMs meet expectations on ultralow emissions, range, and vehicle cost.