Analog Devices, Inc., which recently acquired Linear Technology Corporation, announces the LTC7124, a high efficiency, 4 MHz synchronous dual output buck regulator that incorporates a constant frequency, peak current mode architecture.
Analog Devices, Inc., which recently acquired Linear Technology Corporation, announces the LTC7820, a high-power fixed ratio charge pump DC/DC controller that eliminates the power inductor in a non-isolated intermediate bus converter, allowing up to a 50 percent reduction in circuit size and up to 4000 W/in³ power density.
Analog Devices, Inc., which recently acquired Linear Technology Corporation, announces the LTC3246, a compact, low noise buck-boost charge pump with integrated watchdog timer capable of up to 500 mA of output current.
Linear Technology Corp. introduces the LTC2320-16, a 16-bit 1.5Msps per channel, no latency successive approximation register (SAR) ADC with eight simultaneously sampling channels supporting a rail-to-rail input common mode range. The LTC2320-16 features a flexible analog front end that accepts fully differential, unipolar or bipolar analog input signals, as well as arbitrary input signals, and maintains an 82dB signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and high common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of 102dB, when sampling input signals up to the Nyquist frequency.
Linear Technology, a leading provider of battery stack monitoring ICs for electric and hybrid/electric vehicles, is demonstrating the industry’s first wireless automotive battery management system (BMS) concept car. This wireless BMS concept car, developed by Linear’s design partner LION Smart, combines Linear’s highly accurate battery stack monitors with its SmartMesh® wireless mesh networking products in a BMW i3, replacing the traditional wired connections between the battery packs and the battery management system.