Thursday, May 20, 2010

Analog Devices Introduces New Timing Chips for Wireless Basestations

Analog Devices introduced two clock products that, when designed in as part of a complete timing signal chain, improve performance and reduce programming and design complexity in synchronous optical networks and wireless base stations.


The AD9553 clock generator is recommended for low-cost clock translation needs in GPON, SONET/SDH OC-48 (synchronous optical networking/synchronous digital hierarchy), test and measurement, data acquisition, Ethernet, Fibre Channel, T1/E1, broadcast video and other wireless and wired communications applications.


The ADCLK944 is designed to improve SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) performance from data converters in wireless base stations as well as provide low-power, low-jitter performance for SONET/SDH optical networks. More designers turn to ADI than any other supplier for the high-performance data converters and clocking technology required to bridge the analog and digital worlds in today's electronic systems.
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