Analog Devices family of tunable filters includes programmable VGA, low-pass harmonic, band-pass, and band-reject portfolios to suit a large range of applications. Our devices offer an ideal filtering solution for communications, instrumentation, defense, medical, and other industries, with a flexible and robust feature set to meet the stringent demands of multiple designs.
Analog Devices’ digital tunable filters offer industry-leading RF performance with enhanced built-in digital functionalities that help streamline system design. This new family of digital tunable filters provides flexibilities and great advantages in meeting the stringent size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C) requirements over the traditional discrete implementation. Tunable filters featured in this portfolio also have shown excellent performance of linearity, phase noise, and switching speed while consuming minimal static power. The additional built-in filter bypass options (when available) support a variety of possible configurations with other digital tunable filters or other RF building blocks.
Analog Devices low-pass & band-pass tunable filters help streamline design by requiring few external components and through the flexibility offered by “set and forget” parameters for frequency and bandwidth setting. The programmable bias settings featured in this portfolio optimize performance and power dissipation trade-offs for applications, while built-in filter bypass options (when available) support a wide bandwidth range.
• Software-defined radio
• Antialiasing and reconstruction filters
• Harmonic and Sub-Harmonic filtering for LO chain
• Test and measurement equipment
• RF filtering
LATEST HOT PRODUCTS – Analog Tunable Filters
HMC892A - 3.45 GHz to 6.25 GHz, Tunable Band-Pass Filter
HMC891A - 1.95 GHz to 3.4 GHz, Tunable Band-Pass Filter
HMC890A - 1.0 GHz to 1.9 GHz Tunable Band-Pass Filter
ADMV8416 - 6.3 GHz to 18 GHz, Tunable Band-Pass Filter
ADMV8420 - 10 GHz to 21.7 GHz, Tunable Band-Pass Filter
ADMV8432 - 15.1 GHz to 32 GHz, Tunable Band-Pass Filter