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As a leading supplier of components to the cellular handset industry since 1990, Analog Devices has built a portfolio of solutions for mobile devices that leverages high-performance analog and DSP core technology.
Protocol stack and applications software is also available for each device, provided directly by Analog Devices.
ADIsimADC[TM] is a trademark, and TigerSHARC[R] is a registered trademark of Analog Devices, Inc.
Analog Devices has a more than 40-year heritage of working in concert with its customers in the medical and industrial instrumentation industries to define, develop and deploy complete signal chain solutions optimized for their applications.
Analog Devices' extensive product portfolio includes all the necessary video, audio and display inputs and outputs found in a complete HD-enabled system, including video decoders, encoders and filters, digital I/O and display electronics, and audio amplifiers and processors.
The integration of our leading IC physical design technology into AWR's industry-leading design software offers a breakthrough solution to create and optimize the design of analog, mixed-signal, and RFICs for our mutual customers.
Berkeley Design Automation's (BDA's) Analog FastSPICE and RF FastSPICE are the industry's first precision FastSPICE products.
Analog Devices continues to develop and bring to market more accurate and innovative power management and monitoring solutions that drive platform performance in desktop PCs, servers and workstations," said John Blake, product line director, Power and Thermal Management, Analog Devices.
Working with Analog Devices, we developed a common, robust interface that can be easily incorporated by all licensed vendors, allowing them to add custom capabilities, such as the Intel(R) QST, for new environmental features in PCs, servers and workstations.