ADI Diff Amp Calculator™ Design Tool Now Available For Download
- Design tool reduces differential amplifier design calculations from hours to minutes. - Provides
engineers complete test and verification process to reduce design risks. - Free design tool -- free evaluation
boards –product samples available.
8, 2009 -- NORWOOD, Mass.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)-- Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), the world leader in
semiconductors for high-performance signal processing and leader in high-speed amplifiers, released today the
ADI Diff Amp Calculator -- an updated, downloadable version of ADI’s popular
ADIsimDiffAmp™ design tool. The free, graphical ADI Diff Amp Calculator reduces engineering calculation
times from hours to minutes, speeding the selection, evaluation and troubleshooting of ADI’s differential amps
using typical data to mathematically model the behavior of a component. Designers can quickly and easily calculate
gain and component values of a diff-amp circuit for terminated or un-terminated loads, determine the input/output
and Vocm voltage range, as well as calculate noise and power dissipation.
ADI Diff Amp Calculator, along with free evaluation boards and product samples, engineers can complete
time-consuming test and verification processes quickly for reduced design risk and improved time-to-market. To
download the tool,
click here. To access an online version,
ADI Diff Amp Calculator Features and Benefits
• Automate time-consuming calculations required to determine optimal levels for gain, termination resistors,
power dissipation, noise output and input common-mode voltage. • Create unlimited “what if” scenarios as data
changes appear in real-time. • Intuitive GUI (graphical user interface) features an interactive dashboard.
• Use a “point and click” method for quickly and easily adding and changing data. • Supports ADI’s
differential amp products including ADA4950-1/2, ADA4939-1/2, ADA4938-1/2, ADA4937-1/2, ADA4932-1/2,
ADA4927-1/2, AD8139, AD8138, AD8137 and AD8132.
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