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ADI unveils 10Gbps iCoupler digital isolator

Analog Devices (ADI) has introduced a new series of iCoupler digital isolators that have been designed to offer a total bandwidth of 10 Gigabits per second.

The ADN4624 provides four channels at 2.5Gbps, allowing data to transfer in the electrical domain and enabling new system architectures in digital health, instrumentation and smart industry.

The digital isolator streamlines design and integrates isolation for safety or data integrity. The ADN4624 is a compact solution that meets medical standards and reliably isolates high fidelity video and imaging links, precision analogue front ends and serial interconnects as an alternative to cumbersome and specialised fibre solutions.

The ADN4624 offers simplified connectivity, robust isolation and data integrity in harsh environments and provides up to 10Gbps total bandwidth in a single, small footprint device, allowing for direct isolation of high-speed serial LVDS or CML at full speed and eliminates the complexity of de-serialisation.

The ADN4624 enables precision timing with ultra-low jitter to deliver full ADC performance and resolution including precision ADC sampling clocks.

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Neil Tyler

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