Analog Devices offers this application note about the effect of long-term drift on voltage references.
This application note discusses the ways of performing harmonic analysis and the gain compensation analysis using the EVAL- ADE9000EBZ evaluation board.
ADI RF signal sources are used to create test waveforms at radio frequencies. Some of their common applications are to test if a new radio platform works or if the handsets coming off a production line are performing as they should.
This application note provides a recommended procedure for removing a plastic ball grid array package (PBGA) from a printed circuit board (PCB).
State-of-the-art motor drives use a 3-phase, insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT)-based inverter that is powered by a dc link voltage typically in the region of 400 V dc to 800 V dc.
iCoupler® digital isolators with integrated isolated power (isoPower®) employ isolated dc-to-dc converters that switch currents of ~700 mA at frequencies as high as 300 MHz.
One common method for determining the tilt or inclination of a system is to integrate the output of a gyroscope.
This technical note describes the use of the Keil uVision2 Integrated Development Environment in the development of a ‘C’ based, MicroConverter application.
The application note outlines the implementation of an IEEE 1451.2 compatible interface on the Analog Devices ADuC812 MicroConverter.
This application note describes the serial download protocol for the ADuC8xx family of products.
Connecting a PC to your MicroConverter chip for downloading or debugging code requires an RS-232 line driver/receiver chip to step the UART’s CMOS logic levels up RS-232 levels.
Functions are the basic building blocks of the C programming language.
The ADuC83X family (“big memory family”) all integrate a large program memory space, with 62kBytes of flash/EE program memory available to the user.
The battery-powered temperature logger in Figure 1 was built to demonstrate some features of the ADuC824 MicroConverter.
The ADuC832 is an upgrade to the ADuC812. Its additional features include 62kB program flash, 2kB on chip RAM and 4kB data flash.
A Time Interval Counter is provided on-chip for counting longer intervals than the standard 8051-compatible timers are capable of.
The ADuC831 is an upgrade to the ADuC812. Its additional features include 62kB program flash, 2kB on chip RAM and 4kB data flash.
The on-chip ADC has been designed to run at a maximum conversion speed of 5 uS (200 kHz sampling rate).
There is a vast array of LCD displays available. Fortunately, a majority of them comply with the HD44780U standard.
The SFP Digital Diagnostics Development Board is a platform designed to enable optical module designers to develop SFP and SFF compliant transceivers with digital diagnostics.