The LT5515 is a 1.5GHz to 2.5GHz direct conversion orthogonal demodulator optimized for high linearity receiver applications. It is suitable for communication receivers that convert RF signals directly into I and Q baseband signals with bandwidths up to 260MHz.
The LTC1661 integrates two precise, serial-addressable 10-bit digital-to-analog converters (Dacs) in a tiny MS8 package. Ultra-low power supply current, power-saving sleep mode and extremely compact size make the LTC1661 ideal for battery-powered applications, while its immediate availability, high performance and wide power range make it an excellent choice for general-purpose converters.
The LTC1100 is a high precision instrumentation amplifier using zero-drift techniques to achieve outstanding DC performance. The input DC offset is typically 1µV while the DC offset drift is typically 5nV/°C; Performance. The input DC offset is typically 1µV while the DC offset drift is typically 5NV /°C; a very low bias current of 65pA is also achieved.
The LT1910 is a high-side-gate driver that allows the use of low-cost n-channel power MosFETs for high-side switching applications. Available in SO-8 package. It contains a fully independent charge pump to fully enhance the N-channel MOSFET switch without external components.
The LT6350 is a rail to rail input and output low noise single-ended differential converter /ADC driver with fast stability time. The LT6350 comes in a compact 3mm x 3mm 8-pin leadless DFN package and 8-pin MSOP package, operating in a temperature range of -40°C to 125°C
The LTC6811 is a multi-cell stack monitor that measures up to 12 cells connected in series with a total measurement error of less than 1.2mV. The 0V to 5V battery measurement range makes the LTC6811 suitable for most battery chemicals.
The LT4356 surge plug protects loads from high voltage transients. It regulates the output during an overvoltage event, such as a load dump in a car, by controlling the gate of an external n-channel MOSFET. The output is limited to a safe value, allowing the load to continue working.
The LT3023 is a dual, micro-power, low noise, low drop regulator. 10-lead MSOP and DFN packages available for thermal enhancement. The output noise is reduced to 20μVRMS in the bandwidth of 10Hz to 100kHz by using an external 0.01μF bypass capacitor. The device is adjustable with a reference voltage of 1.22V.
LTC4364 Surge blocker with ideal diode controller protects loads from high voltage transients. It limits and regulates the output during an overvoltage event, such as a load dump in an automobile, by controlling the voltage drop of an external n-channel MOSfet-pass device.
The LTC 2351-14 is a 14-bit, 1.5Msps ADC with six sampled differential inputs. The device only obtains 5.5mA from a single 3V power supply and uses a micro 32 pin (5mm × 5mm) QFN package. Sleep shutdown mode further reduces power consumption to 12 μ W。 The combination of low power consumption and small packaging makes the LTC 2351-14 suitable for portable applications.
The LT1110 is a multifunctional micro-power DC-DC converter. The device requires only three external components to provide a fixed output of 5V or 12V. The extremely low 1.0V minimum supply voltage allows the LT1110 to be used in applications where the main supply is a single battery.
The LT1963 series is a low dropout regulator optimized for fast transient response. The device can provide an output current of 1.5A and a voltage drop of 340mV. These devices have adjustable devices with a fixed output voltage of 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, and a reference voltage of 1.21V. The LT1963A voltage regulator has a 5-pin TO-220, DD, 3-pin SOT-223, 8-pin SO, and 16-pin TSSOP package.
The LTC4267-3 combines an IEEE 802.3af compatible power supply device (PD) interface with a 300kHz current mode switching regulator to provide a complete power solution for PD applications. Designed to drive a 6V rated N-channel mosFEts in a space-saving low-spec 16-pin SSOP or DFN package, it features programmable slope compensation, soft start and constant frequency operation that minimizes noise even under light loads, and includes an onboard error amplifier and reference voltage that allows for use in isolated and non-isolated configurations.
The LTC488 and LTC489 are low power differential bus/line receivers designed for multipoint data transfer standard RS485 applications with extended common model range (12V to -7V). Meet the requirements of RS422. The receiver has a fail-safe feature that guarantees a high output state when the input is turned on. Both AC and DC specifications guarantee the supply voltage range of 4.75V to 5.25V
The LTC1745 is a 25Msps, sampling 12-bit A/D converter designed for digitizing high frequency, wide dynamic range signals. Pin selectable input ranges of ±1V and ±1.6V along with a resistor programmable mode allow the LTC1745’s input range to be optimized for a wide variety of applications.
The LTC1485 is a low-power differential bus/line transceiver designed for standard RS485 applications for multipoint data transmission with an extended common model range (12V to -7V). At the same time meet the requirements of RS422. CMOS using Schottky's design offers significant power savings compared to bipolar CMOS without sacrificing robustness against overload or ESD damage. Both AC and DC specifications are guaranteed in the supply voltage range of -40°C to 85°C and 4.75V to 5.25V.
The LT3060 series is a low-power, low-dropout (LDO) linear regulator that operates in the range of 1.6V to 45V input power supply. There are fixed output voltages of 1.2V, 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5V and 15V, and adjustable voltage regulators with output voltage ranging from 600mV to 44.5V. The LT3060 voltage regulator uses thermally enhanced 8-lead TSOT-23 and 8-lead (2mm × 2mm × 0.75mm) DFN package.
The LT8580 is a PWM DC/DC converter containing an internal 1A, 65V switch. It comes in a miniature thermal enhanced 3mm x 3mm 8-pin DFN and 8-pin MSOP package.