signal conditioning


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signal conditioning

[′sig·nəl kən‚dish·ən·iŋ]
(communications)
Processing the form or mode of a signal so as to make it intelligible to or compatible with a given device, such as a data transmission line, including such manipulation as pulse shaping, pulse clipping, digitizing, and linearizing.
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According to Dave Bell, President of Linear Technology, "Erik Soule has demonstrated the right personal character, technical skills and in-depth understanding of Signal Conditioning, and I am confident of his ability to manage this important business.
Linear Technology's customers demand a broad range of Signal Conditioning products for diverse applications in the industrial, medical, communications and automotive markets.
The pressure and strain gauge sensor signal conditioning designs use a combination of Intersil analog front ends coupled with a Renesas RL78/G13 microcontroller for extracting small sensor signals.
They can be used to network PCs and PLCs, or they can be used in conjunction with Quatech's QTM-8000 data acquisition and signal conditioning modules to create a flexible, low-cost modular data acquisition and control system that is ideal for a wide range of process and monitoring applications.
Northrop Grumman chose to partner with TNO because of their demonstrated capability in developing digital signal conditioning algorithms for infrared sensors and the ability to transfer these algorithms into economical, miniature, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) very efficiently," said Robert W.
The embedded Analog Signal Engine (ASE[TM]) integrates all the signal conditioning and conversion circuits required for single current shunt, sensorless control of a PMS motor.
Alphion Corporation, a leader in innovative discrete and integrated components for photonic regeneration, amplification, signal conditioning, wavelength management, photonic routing, performance monitoring and passive optical networking (PON), announced today, the introduction of two new semiconductor optical amplifiers.
NYSE: ADI) today announced that it has acquired privately held AudioAsics A/S, a Danish company consisting of a team of experienced developers of high-performance, low-power microphone and audio signal conditioning technology.
These include: ADCs and DACs (AD7322/24/28, AD5530, AD7533, AD5583, AD7224) digital potentiometers (AD5290, AD5260, AD5263), analog front end products (AD7341; AD7707), sensor signal conditioning products (AD22103), and system monitoring products (ADM1024).
Recognized for its MEMS manufacturing technology and ability to combine MEMS sensor structures with signal conditioning circuitry, Analog Devices leverages this expertise to provide iMEMS motion sensors like the dual-axis ADXL322.
The unique ability of the new in-amp to drive differentially also allows systems designers to pair the AD8222 with high-performance differential-input analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and affords them the flexibility of operating their products with a single supply or with signal conditioning blocks to further improve noise immunity.

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