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Looking back at the electronic components manufactured by Maxim Integrated

Время публикации: 2019-12-20 11:08:55

Looking back at the electronic components manufactured by Maxim Integrated

Some products are always enduring, as is the product made by Maxim Integrated. We can still see Maxim Integrated's old products in the equipment we use. Let's look back it today.

SUNNYVALE, CA-December 8, 2008-Maxim Integrated Products (NASDAQ: MXIM) introduces the MAX9652/MAX9653/MAX9654 triple-channel, high-definition (HD) video-filter amplifiers. Tailored for energy-efficient designs, these devices operate from a single 3.3V supply, rather than the 5V required by competitive solutions. To further save power, they consume a mere 9.5mA of quiescent current per channel; the MAX9653/MAX9654 also feature a low-power (12µA) shutdown mode. These devices are simple, cost-effective solutions for set-top boxes, A/V receivers, and portable equipment with HD outputs.

Specially designed for YPbPr component-video signals, the MAX9652/MAX9653 have a fixed passband for HD video, while the passband of the MAX9654 is logic selectable between SD and HD. The HD lowpass filter on all three devices has ±1dB passband out to 42MHz and 50dB attenuation at 109MHz. The MAX9654's SD lowpass filter has ±1dB passband out to 8.5MHz and 57dB attenuation at 27MHz.

The MAX9652 is available in an 8-pin SO package, while the MAX9653/MAX9654 are available in 10-pin µMAX® packages. All devices are fully specified over the -40°C to +125°C automotive temperature range. Prices start at $0.48 for the MAX9652, $0.50 for the MAX9653, and $0.60 for the MAX9654 (1000-up, FOB USA).

SUNNYVALE, CA-February 3, 2009-Maxim Integrated Products (NASDAQ: MXIM) introduces the DS3645, the industry's most secure supervisor for servers, cryptographic coprocessors, POS terminals, and secure communication applications. The newest member of Maxim's secure supervisor family, this device integrates a real-time clock (RTC), automatic battery switch, and I²C interface. The DS3645 provides active tamper detection with rapid erasure of key memory, and is packaged in a leadless CSBGA for enhanced security. Eight uncommitted external inputs allow design engineers to implement additional levels of security. Designed for applications requiring the highest level of security, this device supports FIPS 140-2 Levels 3 and 4, as well as the highest requirements of Common Criteria.

The DS3645 is a secure supervisor with an integrated RTC, automatic battery switch, and I²C interface. o The first to support FIPS 140-2 Levels 3 and 4, this device provides the highest level of security available. o Eight uncommitted external inputs allow designers to implement additional levels of security. o The DS3645's comprehensive features are ideal for data protection in servers, cryptographic coprocessors, POS terminals, and secure communication applications.

The most innovative feature of the DS3645 is the 4KB of proprietary on-chip nonvolatile SRAM it uses to store encryption keys. This memory architecture constantly complements the SRAM cells to eliminate the possibility of memory imprinting due to oxide stress, thereby preventing the passive detection of data remnants in stressed memory cells. Additionally, the DS3645 employs a high-speed, hardwired clearing function to erase the entire 4KB array in less than 100ns after a tamper alarm has been generated by the device.

The DS3645 provides tamper-detection inputs, as well as low-power continuous monitoring of system voltages, resistive meshes, external sensors, and digital interlocks. The RTC crystal oscillator is also monitored and invokes a tamper response if the frequency falls outside the set threshold. An internal digital temperature sensor with a programmable rate-of-change detector protects the DS3645's internal encryption-key memory from thermal attacks. The DS3645 constantly monitors primary power; in the event of failure, an external battery power source is automatically switched in to keep the SRAM, RTC, and tamper-detection circuitry alive.The DS3645 is specified over the -55°C to +95°C temperature range.

SUNNYVALE, CA-January 20, 2009-Maxim Integrated Products (NASDAQ: MXIM) introduces the MAX19505/MAX19506/MAX19507, a pin-compatible family of dual-channel, 8-bit, 65/100/130Msps ADCs. Offering the industry's lowest power consumption, the devices consume a mere 43mW (MAX19505), 57mW (MAX19506), and 74mW (MAX19507) of analog power per channel. Additionally, these ADCs achieve nearly ideal 8-bit dynamic performance, with a 49.8dBFS SNR and 69dBc SFDR at 70MHz. Combining the industry's lowest power consumption with excellent dynamic performance, the MAX19505/MAX19506/MAX19507 are ideal for power-sensitive, portable applications such as ultrasound and medical imaging, portable instrumentation, and low-power data-acquisition systems.

Designed for space-constrained applications, these highly integrated ADCs minimize the number of external components. They include a self-sensing, analog supply regulator that allows the user to operate the parts from 1.8V, 2.5V, or 3.3V analog supplies with no external regulator. In addition, they feature single-ended or differential clock inputs so clock-signal conversion isn't needed; analog inputs with a wide, 0.4V to 1.4V input common-mode range to support AC- or DC-coupled inputs without an external AC-coupling capacitor; and an on-board clock divider to eliminate the need for an external divider. Integrated CMOS output-termination resistors allow users to program the CMOS output resistance, thus making external damping resistors unnecessary.

The DS4560 is a fully integrated, self-protected, resettable hot-plug switch. o This device minimizes the number of components required for the safe insertion and removal of systems on 12V powered backplanes. o Integrating of all the functions normally found in a hot-plug controller together with a power MOSFET, the DS4560 eliminates the need for an external MOSFET. o The DS4560 is ideal for enterprise-class hard drives, servers/routers, PCI Express® (PCIe®) and InfiniBand® applications, and base stations.

SUNNYVALE, CA - November 19, 2008 - Maxim Integrated Products introduces the DS4560, a fully integrated, self-protected, resettable hot-plug switch. This device reduces the number of components required for the safe insertion and removal of systems on 12V powered backplanes. To minimize solution size and simplify design, the DS4560 integrates a 25mW n-channel power MOSFET, thus eliminating the need for an external MOSFET. Designed for use in 12V systems, the DS4560 is ideal for hot-swap applications such as enterprise-class hard drives, servers/routers, PCI Express® (PCIe®) and InfiniBand® applications, and base stations.Offering rugged protection, the integrated MOSFET is capable of powering a load from a 9V to 13.2V source with up to 4.0A continuous current. The MOSFET is actively closed-loop controlled to ensure that an adjustable current limit is not exceeded when power is applied. The device controls the rate at which voltage is applied, and it unconditionally clamps the output voltage to keep input-overvoltage stresses from harming the load. The DS4560 provides an adjustable power-up timer that causes the device to wait for a predetermined delay time before starting to apply power to the load. Alternatively, the device can be driven with a digital logic signal to implement an externally controlled power-enable function.

The DS4560 integrates a temperature sensor with hysteresis. If operating conditions cause the device to exceed an internal thermal limit, one of two actions is taken depending on the version: the DS4560-LO unconditionally shuts down and latches off while awaiting a power-on reset; the DS4560-AR waits until the device has cooled by the hysteresis amount and then restarts.

MAX9791/MAX9792, the industry's first Windows Vista®-compliant, audio-subsystem ICs for notebook computers. These devices combine a stereo 2W (or mono 3W) Class D speaker amplifier, a stereo DirectDrive® headphone amplifier, and a 120mA low-dropout (LDO) regulator in a single 4mm x 4mm chip. Consequently, the MAX9791/MAX9792 consume 36% less board space and 37% less power than competitive solutions, while enabling a richer audio experience. These audio-subsystem ICs are ideal for notebook PCs, docking stations, and other space-constrained applications.

Combining low power consumption with a highly efficient Class D speaker amplifier, the MAX9791/MAX9792 maximize battery life in all operating modes. Additionally, the high efficiencies delivered by the devices greatly ease the PCB thermal-design constraints that would be encountered utilizing Class AB amplifiers in confined spaces, such as notebook PCs. The ICs' low-EMI design reduces interference with the many radios found in today's notebooks, while their low RF susceptibility ensures robust operation in close proximity to wireless applications.

The headphone amplifiers employ Maxim's patented DirectDrive technology,* which produces a ground-referenced output from a single supply. This technology eliminates the need for bulky and expensive DC-blocking capacitors, while improving bass response and minimizing audio distortion. To further improve headphone performance, the MAX9791/MAX9792 incorporate ground-sense circuitry at the headphone jack. This feature significantly enhances crosstalk performance and rejects ground-loop-induced noise at the output jack.

SUNNYVALE, CA-December 18, 2008-Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX4810/MAX4811/MAX4812* dual, high-voltage digital pulsers. Providing a guaranteed 1.3A (min) output current, these devices can be independently configured to enable unipolar or bipolar pulsing in high-voltage systems from low-voltage logic inputs. Three logic inputs per channel and two independent enable inputs ensure that the output MOSFETs are turned off to speed ramp times and minimize delays between pulsing modes. To improve image quality, these pulsers employ an innovative, active-clamping architecture to reduce the 2nd harmonic output and allow complete control of each driver's output stage. The MAX4810/MAX4811/MAX4812 are ideal for applications, such as portable ultrasound imaging and industrial flaw detection, in which board space and performance are critical.

The MAX4810/MAX4811/MAX4812 operate from a single positive supply up to +220V, a single negative supply down to -200V, or dual ±110V supplies. The MAX4810 features clamp-output overvoltage protection, the MAX4811 has pulser- and clamp-output overvoltage protection, and the MAX4812 offers pulsing without overvoltage protection. 



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