Reference Circuits from Analog Devices Help Engineers Solve Common and Complex Design Challenges in Analog, RF and Mixed-Signal Systems

Designed for fast and easy system integration, ADI’s Circuits from the Lab™ reference circuits provide engineers with a range of time-saving resources, such as test data, schematics, BOM, PCB (Gerber) layout files, and software device drivers.

NORWOOD, Mass. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — March 15, 2011 — Engineers throughout the world are being asked to design products more quickly, with fewer iterations and using an ever broadening range of technologies requiring analog, RF, power and mixed-signal expertise. Analog Devices, Inc., a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, is helping engineers save weeks of research and design time with Circuits from the Lab™ reference circuits.

Analog Devices' Circuits from the Lab save designers even more time (Graphic: Business Wire)

Analog Devices' Circuits from the Lab save designers even more time (Graphic: Business Wire)

Learn more: www.analog.com/circuits/about. Watch a one-minute video: http://ow.ly/4bP8e.

With more than 150 solutions, ADI’s Circuits from the Lab reference circuits are detailed, yet easy-to-understand, building blocks engineered and tested for quick system integration. For reliable, repeatable circuit performance, reference circuits are carefully documented with test data, design considerations and trade-offs, and design guidelines. A growing number now also include schematics, PCB (Gerber) layout files, software device drivers, and evaluation hardware.

ADI’s reference circuits, including circuit notes, schematics, layout files, and device drivers, are available for free download at http://www.analog.com/pr/circuits. Hardware, when available with a circuit, can be ordered through ADI and its authorized distributors.

“Customers everywhere tell us they are juggling responsibilities across a growing range of system and engineering disciplines and have severe time-to-market pressures,” said Emre Onder, vice president of Core Markets and Marketing, Analog Devices. “This means that engineers need something better than trial-and-error iterations or untested recommendations. With that in mind, Analog Devices application engineers are identifying the circuit design challenges our customers face and are providing tested solutions.”

Inspired by Customers’ Real-world Needs

Circuits from the Lab reference circuits anticipate practical issues related to moving a design into real-world production with minimum time to market. ADI’s market-leading technical support teams identify which circuits and end-use applications are the most challenging for engineers. Circuits from the Lab are available for many of ADI’s product technologies and span various applications areas, including industrial automation and instrumentation systems. Download a brochure: http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/overviews/CftL_Reference_Circuits.pdf.

Find Circuits from the Lab Reference Circuits

Circuit Type

       
ADC Drivers      

http://www.analog.com/pr/circuits/ADCs

DAC Output Circuits      

http://www.analog.com/pr/circuits/DACs

Isolation      

http://www.analog.com/pr/circuits/isolation

RF/IF      

http://www.analog.com/pr/circuits/RF

     

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