Analog devices offers RF-measuring chip

Designers at Analog Devices Inc. of Norwood, Mass., are introducing their AD8361 TruPwr Detection RF integrated circuit — a root mean square-to-direct current converter that operates at radio frequencies to measure complex waveforms such as traditional and wideband Code Division Multiple Access. The chip operates over a VHF/UHF frequency range of 100 MHz to 2.5 GHz, which is appropriate for wireless communications such as two-way radio, radio networks, and worldwide cellular phones. Other a

Designers at Analog Devices Inc. of Norwood, Mass., are introducing their AD8361 TruPwr Detection RF integrated circuit — a root mean square-to-direct current converter that operates at radio frequencies to measure complex waveforms such as traditional and wideband Code Division Multiple Access. The chip operates over a VHF/UHF frequency range of 100 MHz to 2.5 GHz, which is appropriate for wireless communications such as two-way radio, radio networks, and worldwide cellular phones. Other applications include fiber optic links, instrumentation, and test equipment. The chip requires one power supply of 2.7 to 5.5 volts. For more information, contact Analog Devices by phone at 800-262-5643, by fax at 781-937-1021, by post at Ray Stata Technology Center, 804 Woburn St., Wilmington, Mass. 01887, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.analog.com/. — J.K.

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