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Within the world of electronics developments in Mixed Signal & Analogue can be crucial to design engineers. At New Electronics we are aware of the importance of staying abreast of the recent advances in and the impact it can have on your role, that’s why we have collated all the latest news in one place.

On-board repeater to improve on-train communications

A digital on-board repeater from Cobham Wireless is said, by the company, to offer high-bandwidth in-carriage services for the railway communications market, enabling passengers to connect to 4G, 3G and 2G services in the most challenging of environments.

36V op amp features low voltage noise precision

The LT6018, a precision op amp from Linear Technology, features 30nV peak to peak 0.1Hz to 10Hz noise and 50µV max input offset voltage. Designed especially for low frequency noise applications, the LT6018 has a 1/f corner frequency of less than 1Hz. The low input offset voltage is maintained over the operating temperature range and the input common mode range. Open loop gain is typically 142dB, enabling the device to achieve less than 1ppm nonlinearity.

32bit SAR A/D has additional no latency output

A high precision 32bit successive approximation register (SAR) A/D converter from Linear Technology is said to simplify hybrid conversion system design by providing a 32bit low noise digitally filtered output as well as a 14bit 1Msample/s no latency output. According to the company, since these outputs are generated from a single 32bit SAR A/D core, their accuracy and speed are matched, even as the operating temperature, supply and stress vary.

Rad tolerant 36V instrumentation amplifier

A radiation tolerant 36V instrumentation amplifier (in-amp) featuring an integrated differential A/D converter driver has been introduced by Intersil. The ISL70617SEH differential input, rail-to-rail output device is said to deliver the industry’s highest signal processing performance for low level sensor telemetry data.

Reinforced isolated amplifier

A reinforced isolated amplifier has been introduced by Texas Instruments (TI). According to the company, the AMC1301 has the highest reliability, lowest power consumption, highest DC accuracy and improved overall efficiency compared to competitive devices.

Op amp for precision apps

A low power dual op amp from Silego is said to be suited to precision consumer and industrial applications. Called the SLG88101, the part comes in a 2 x 2mm STDFN and is intended for use as a higher performance analogue front end for the company’s GPAK families.

Industry’s first PMICs for smart TVs and set-top boxes

Dialog Semiconductor has released a range highly integrated PMICs for smart TVs and set-top-boxes. The advent of media streaming services has also created new products such as video streaming sticks and personal media boxes in which the PMICs could also be used.

Ethernet bridge solution for automotive applications

Toshiba's Semiconductor & Storage Products Company has announced an automotive-grade Ethernet bridge solution for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and other automotive applications. The TC9560XBG supports standards such as IEEE 802.1AS and IEEE 802.1Qav, generally referred to as Ethernet-AVB. The Ethernet-AVB standard enables stable, reliable multimedia transmissions, making it suitable for IVI and telematics.

High performance, low noise ADC

RF, imaging and semiconductor company e2v has announced plans to launch the EV12AS350, a next generation 12-bit Analogue-to-Digital Converter (ADC), that is claimed to offer 5.4GSps, low latency and low noise.

Analogue front end reference design

As high resolution systems move to higher bit counts, they become more sensitive to noise, making such systems difficult to build and maintain accuracy. Looking to overcome the challenges, Maxim Integrated has launched the MAXREFDES67, a 24bit analogue front end reference design that can accept four signals.

Low noise, low power, high speed 24-bit SAR ADC

Linear Technology has introduced the LTC2380-24, a no latency 24-bit 2Msps successive approximation register (SAR) analogue-to-digital converter (ADC). Operating from a 2.5V supply, the device is said to feature a ±Vref fully differential input range with Vref ranging from 2.5 to 5.1V. The LTC2380- 24 consumes 28mW and is claimed to achieve ±3.5ppm INL maximum and no missing codes at 24 bits.

Industry’s most integrated Bluetooth smart module

Cypress Semiconductor has introduced a Bluetooth Smart module that it claims is the market’s first Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) solution to integrate programmable analogue and digital blocks in a fully-certified module. The small-form-factor EZ-BLE PSoC module includes Bluetooth 4.1 qualification and worldwide regulatory certification.

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