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Additionally the efficiency of the high speed converter has been increased considerably due to the release of the diapers to the new equipment.
Practitioner Neacsu takes a practical and hands-on approach, describing the market for medium and high speed converters and the different types of commercially available drives.
Wireless broadband is an emerging application posing complex analog design challenges, due to the unpredictable nature of the wireless channel and the need for high data rates," said Dave Robertson, product line director, High Speed Converters Group, Analog Devices, Inc.
The radio front-end complexity can be reduced with IF sampling," said Bill Bucklen, product line director, High Speed Converters, Analog Devices.
Together with the latest high speed converters and fast digital signal processing this concept provides ultimate performance with higher precision and greater immunity against external RF interferences.
Katsu Nakamura, chief technologist, consumer products, high speed converter group, Analog Devices, at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) February 8 in San Francisco, California.
Additionally, Analog Devices' high speed converters, such as the AD911x TxDAC family, are designed to operate seamlessly with ADI's AD9513 clock distribution IC and new line of voltage regulators, including the ADP3334 and ADP3333.
Analog Devices library of ADC models support the company's comprehensive set of evaluation tools that enable designers to accurately model the typical performance of ADI's broad range of high speed converters.