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Analog Devices  Profile

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Analog Devices  Company Overview

Founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1965, Analog Devices, Inc. began its leadership in signal processing with the launch of the Model 101 Operational Amplifier. Today, Analog Devices is the recognized leader in innovation and excellence in signal processing. ADI's analog, mixed-signal and digital signal processing integrated circuits play a crucial role in converting, conditioning and processing real-world signals such as light, sound, temperature, motion and pressure into electrical signals to be used in a wide array of electronic equipment and in virtually every market segment.

Analog Devices  Products

The types of products manufactured by Analog Devices include Audio Amplifiers, Buffer Amplifiers, Comparators, Current Sense Amplifiers, Differential Amplifiers, Gain Blocks, Instrumentation Amplifiers, Isolation Amplifiers, Log Amps/Detectors, Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps), Variable Gain Amplifiers, A/D Converters, Audio A/D Converters, Capacitance to Digital Converters, Energy Measurement, Isolated A/D Converters, Synchro/Resolver to Digital Converters, Temperature to Digital Converters, Touchscreen Controllers, Video Decoders, Voltage to Frequency Converters, D/A Converters, Audio D/A Converters, Digital Potentiometers, Video Encoders, Blackfin Processor, TigerSHARC Processor, SHARC Processor, ADSP-21xx Processor, iMEMS Accelerometers, iMEMS Gyroscopes, Analog/Digital Temperature Sensors, Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS,), Gain Blocks, Log Amps/Detectors, Mixers/Multipliers, Modulators/Demodulators, PLL Synthesizers/VCOs, RF/IF Transceivers, RF Switches, RMS Detectors, RX/TX Subsystems, Short Range Transceivers, DDS Modulators, Digital Up/Down Converters, Analog Crosspoint Switches, Analog Switches, Digital Crosspoint Switches, Digital Switches, Multiplexers (Muxes), RF Switches, Analog Microcontrollers, Isolators, Level Translators, RS-232, RS-485, Transceivers, Analog/Digital Temperature Sensors, Battery Chargers, Charge Pumps, Fan Controllers, Hot Swap Controllers, LED Drivers, Linear Regulators, MOSFET Drivers, Multifunctional Power ICs, Power Supply Controllers, Power Supply Sequencers, Supervisory Switching Controllers, Switching Regulators, System Monitoring Products, Temperature Setpoint Controllers, Voltage References, Clock Generation and Distribution, PLL Synthesizers/VCOs, Clock and Data Recovery/Retiming, Baseband Processing, Cellular Terminal Chipsets, DDS Modulators, Digital Up/Down Converters, Analog Multipliers/Dividers, Hall Effect Sensors, LVDT Sensor Amplifiers, Matched Transistors, RMS to DC Converters, Sample/Track and Hold Amplifiers, Audio A/D Converters, Audio Amplifiers, Audio CODECs, Audio D/A Converters, Audio Signal Processors, Camera/Camcorder Analog Front Ends, Display Interfaces, Display Driver Electronics, Lens Driver Components, Sample Rate Converters, Video CODECs, Video Compression, Video Encoders, Video Decoders, Video Filters, Broadband Amplifiers, Broadband CODECs, DSL/ADSL Chipsets, CATV Amps/Splitters, Clock and Data Recovery/Retiming, Digital Crosspoint Switches, Clock and Data Recovery/Retiming, Laser Drivers, Log/Limiting Amplifiers, and Transimpedance Amplifiers.

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