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LOWELL, Mass. The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) and Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) officially opened a state-of-the-art RF/Microwave Learning Lab UMass Lowell on November 7, a facility that will enable UMass Lowell to embed cutting-edge technology within engineering students’ educational interactions.
59th AOC INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM & CONVENTION, WASHINGTON, DC. Engineers from Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) are offering demonstrations of some of its latest solutions for defense/aerospace and military electronics system designers this week at the 59th Annual Association of Old Crows (AOC) International Symposium & Convention.
Analog Devices and Keysight Technologies Join Forces to Advance the Adoption of Phased Array Technology - Press ReleaseOctober 13, 2022
Analog Devices, Inc (Nasdaq: ADI) and Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) today announced their collaboration to advance the adoption of phased array technology. This technology is key to realizing ubiquitous connectivity and sensing by simplifying development stages associated with creating satellite communication, radar, and phased array systems.
PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: Analog Devices ADAR4002 low power, bidirectional time delay unit for radar, EW, SIGINT, & SATCOM applications - StoryOctober 03, 2022
This week’s product, the Analog Devices ADAR4002, is a very low power broadband bi-directional single channel true time delay unit (TDU) and a digital step attenuator (DSA). The unit is an industry-first commercial solution that addresses the challenging size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements of low power (<1mW), small size (2mm x 3mm), and high levels of integration in applications such as radar, electronic warfare (EW), signals intelligence (SIGINT), and satellite communications (SATCOM).
INTERNATIONAL MICROWAVE SYMPOSIUM--IMS 2022, DENVER. Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) continues to deliver on its promise to educate current and future high-frequency engineers with its own mini-program of MicroApps, workshops, and demonstrations at its booth at IMS, held this week in Denver. The ADI offerings are casual but highly informative sessions often no longer than 15 minutes long, addressing device, circuit, and system levels, including recommended test methods.