Analog Devices Press Release - January 31, 2011
Analog Devices’ High-Speed 8-bit A/D Converters Deliver
- Analog Devices’ AD9284 is industry’s first dual, 8-bit, 250-MSPS A/D converter; AD9286 is lowest
Best-in-Class Power and Noise Performance
8-bit 500-MSPS A/D converter available.
January 31, 2011 -- NORWOOD, Mass.-- ( BUSINESS WIRE)--
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in
high-performance signal processing and the data converter market share leader*, today released two
8-bit, high-speed, low-power, low-noise A/D converters (analog-to-digital converters) designed for
instrumentation and communications applications. Both 8-bit high-speed A/D converters use a pipeline architecture
and consume an industry-best 310 mW of power. Watch the high-speed, 8-bit A/D converter video at
The AD9284 is the industry’s first
dual, 8-bit, 250-MSPS A/D converter while the AD9286
8-bit 500-MSPS A/D converter delivers 8-bit resolution at 40 percent less power than competitive components.
The converters feature high SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) of 49.3 dBFS and allow for a wide dynamic signal range
with SFDR (spurious-free dynamic range) performance of 65 dBc. Applications for these components include
battery-powered instruments, handheld scope meters and digital oscilloscopes.
The AD9286 and AD9284 can be used with ADI’s
ADA4960 low-distortion, ultra-high-speed differential A/D converter driver and the
AD9516 clock generator to provide a data conversion signal chain solution.
AD9286 8-bit, 500-MSPS A/D Converter Key Features:
AD9284 Dual 8-bit, 250-MSPS A/D Converter Key
- Single 1.8-V supply operation
- SNR: 49.3dBFS to 200-MHz input at 500 MSPS
- SFDR: 65dBc to 200-MHz input at 500 MSPS
- Low power: 310 mW at 500 MSPS
- On-chip interleaved clocking
- On-chip simultaneous or interleaved clocking
Pricing and Availability
- Single 1.8-V supply operation
- SNR: 49.3dBFS to 200-MHz input at 250 MSPS
- SFDR: 65dBc to 200-MHz input at 250 MSPS Low power: 155-mW per channel at 250 MSPS
Data Converters: Bridging the Analog and Digital Worlds
More designers turn to Analog Devices than
any other supplier for the high-performance conversion technology required to bridge the analog and digital worlds
in today’s myriad electronic systems. With the industry’s leading portfolio of
A/D Converters (analog-to-digital converters) and
D/A Converters (digital-to-analog converters), Analog Devices’ converter products feature the right
combination of sampling rates, accuracy, and reduced noise, power, price, and package size required in industrial
and instrumentation, medical equipment, automotive systems, communications infrastructure, and consumer
electronics. Online evaluation tools help customers quickly validate, select, and design in the optimal data
converters to reduce design complexity, development schedules, and bill-of-material costs. To view ADI’s A/D
converter selection guide, visit
www.analog.com/ADCsearch. For A/D converters drivers, visit
www.analog.com/ADCdrivers. To view ADI’s D/A
converters selection guide, visit
About Analog Devices
Innovation, performance, and excellence are the cultural
pillars on which Analog Devices has built one of the longest standing, highest growth companies within the
technology sector. Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader in data-conversion and signal-conditioning
technologies, Analog Devices serves over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic
equipment. Celebrating over 40 years as a leading global manufacturer of high-performance integrated circuits used
in analog and digital signal processing applications, Analog Devices is headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts,
with design and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. Analog Devices' common stock is listed on the New
York Stock Exchange under the ticker “ADI” and is included in the S&P 500 Index.
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