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20 GHz Direct Sampling: All in One Nyquist—Part 1: Challenges and Approaches - Whitepaper

July 17, 2024

There has long been a desire for the capability of a wide 2 GHz to 18 GHz observation bandwidth across a single Nyquist in electronic warfare (EW) and communication intelligence (COMINT) systems.


GaN power amplifier released by Analog Devices - News

June 24, 2024

WILMINGTON, Massachusetts. Analog Devices introduced the ADPA1116, a gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier that operates across a frequency range from 0.3 GHz to 6 GHz and is designed to enhance RF and microwave applications by providing a saturated output power of 39.5 dBm, the company announced in a statement.


Analog Devices Announces Newest 2-Way RF Splitter Combiner - Press Release

May 20, 2024

ADAR5001 is a 2-way RF splitter combiner with a frequency range of 10 GHz to 40 GHz.


Push the Limits of Commercial GaN with ADPA1113 - Press Release

April 10, 2024

Analog Devices expands our portfolio of GaN power amplifiers with the new ADPA1113, pushing the limits of commercial GaN.


SOSA aligned wideband multichannel RF digitizers from Analog Devices aim at reduced SWaP - News

March 27, 2024

WILMINGTON, Mass. The Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) ADSY1100 series is a family of wideband multichannel RF digitizers in a 3U VPX SOSA [Sensor Open Systems Architecture] aligned format, aimed at use in electronic test and measurement systems, radar/communications systems, electronic warfare (EW), phased-array radar systems, and broadband communications applications. 


Reduce Size and Power Consumption with Analog Devices' Pre-Released ADSY1100-Series - Press Release

March 22, 2024

Analog Devices’ ADSY1100-series is a family of wideband multichannel RF digitizers in a 3UVPX SOSA™-aligned format.


EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW: Inspiring future women engineers, a defense industry challenge - Story

March 12, 2024

Recruiting female minds to pursue degrees in electrical engineering and to work in the defense industry is a challenge that needs to be addressed by industry and government, Maria Ho, Deputy Director for Government and Strategic Programs, Aerospace & Defense at Analog Devices Inc. (ADI), told me in my podcast. Maria says that recruitment needs to start at the high-school level or even earlier to inspire young female students to select engineering as a degree and career path. Government programs, industry internships like those offered by ADI, mentorship, and even popular culture all play a role in solving this problem, she notes. Maria also talks about her own career in engineering and the defense industry while also addressing key technology trends in military RF and microwave designs. Edited excerpts follow.