How ADI Connects a Precision Medium Bandwidth Signal Chain Platform to Your Sensors

By Chad Cox

Production Editor

Embedded Computing Design

December 22, 2022


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Wilmington, MA / Munich, Germany. Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) introduced a flexible precision medium bandwidth signal chain solution to optimize performance of signal bandwidths of DC to roughly 500kHz. ADI includes a library of development tools like LTspice simulations.

Designed for precise time and frequency measurements, end systems will recognize inputs from most sensors and measurement modes from IEPE vibration and acceleration, to temperature and pressure.

Developers are supported throughout their design of challenging detailed instrument areas such as Condition Based Monitoring (CbM), large channel count or distributed data acquisition systems (DAQ), position and motor control, and sonar. The platform delivers power device selections focusing on a combination of AC and DC accuracy needs, as well as, locating signal chain channel organization for both channel-isolated or non-isolated systems.

Precision Medium Bandwidth Key Features:

  • 16-bit to 24-bit accuracy
  • Flexibility to prioritize between noise performance, signal bandwidth, and power
  • Options for higher channel densities


Full Production





DC to 204 kHz, Dynamic Signal Analysis, Precision 24-Bit ADC with Power Scaling

28-Lead LFCSP (4mm x 5mm x 0.75mm w/ EP)



Precision, Low Noise, CMOS, RRIO Op Amp (single)

5-Lead SOT-23



Zero-drift, single-supply, rail-to-rail input/output operational/amplifier

6-Lead SC70



18-Bit, 2 MSPS, μModule Data Acquisition Solution

49-Ball CSPBGA (7mm x 7mm)



16-Bit rail-to-rail DACs with I2C interface

10-Lead DFN (3mm x 3mm w/ EP)

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Watch ADI's video of its Industrial Signal Chains here.       


Chad Cox. Production Editor, Embedded Computing Design, has responsibilities that include handling the news cycle, newsletters, social media, and advertising. Chad graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.A. in Cultural and Analytical Literature.

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