Our portfolio of data converters is one of the largest in the industry. Maxim Integrated’s diverse range of analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and analog front-end ICs can be used in a variety of applications including industrial, communication, automotive and consumer products.
Maxim Integrated’s portfolio of ADCs includes precision analog-to-digital converter ICs with superior conversion performance under 2Msps, and high-speed ADC ICs optimized for sample rates over 2Gsps. Our newest products offer market leading performance for fast conversion speeds and low power consumption. Many of our new analog-to-digital converter ICs provide built-in signal chain features, such as ADCs with integrated programmable gain amplifiers and precision voltage references.
We have a broad selection of digital-to-analog converter (DAC) ICs with resolution from 4 to 18 bits and sampling rates over 4Gsps
Maxim Integrated’s line of ultrasound AFE ICs provide breakthrough levels of performance for high channel count, cart-based and portable ultrasound imaging systems. Our completely integrated ultrasound transceivers, receivers and transmitters can help you to save power, increase reliability, speed up design time, and reduce board space by replacing the thousands of discrete components normally required for ultrasound AFE designs
In addition to our range of basic digital potentiometers, we provide nonvolatile digital potentiometers which retain their last programmed wiper position when the power supply is switched off. We also have OTP digital potentiometers that allow you to set the wiper's power-on reset (POR) position to a desired value.
To make electronic calibration of equipment more reliable, cost effective, and flexible. We offer DACs, digital potentiometers, and voltage references specifically optimized for calibration applications, simplifying design-in of this important feature.
July 09, 2020
See why Beijing Sifang Automation chose Maxim signal-chain ICs for its high-performance power-grid protection products.
April 21, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic impacts lives around the world, now is a prime time to consider the advantages of remote patient monitoring via wearables.
April 15, 2020
NCATEST decreased the design cycle, power consumption, and size for a new automated test equipment solution using Maxim Integrated's pin electronics.
March 18, 2020
Understand the role of pulse transit time (PTT) in accurate blood-pressure monitoring from wearables. Get ideas for your next design.
February 13, 2020
Learn how the MAX11410, which accepts different types of input signals on a single channel, delivers accurate ADC sensing and flexibility. Read the blog post.
November 26, 2019
Learn how GSEE-Tech met cost, size, and performance requirements of an analog input module with a small, low-power ADC.
November 19, 2019
Analog ICs are enabling precise, power-efficient seismic technology. Learn how Geophysical Technology, Inc (GTI) uses our analog ICs with our MAX11216 .
October 15, 2019
CCCamp badge provides open-source, wearable reference design with ECG and PPG sensors. What can you create with it?
June 27, 2019
Integrating ECG functionality into your wearables can be a fast and easy process with a fully integrated biopotential ECG AFE.
December 13, 2018
Tom Bui, principal MTS at Maxim, highlights how designers can add functions to their designs while reducing footprint and power consumption.
July 10, 2018
MAX-HEALTH-BAND and MAX-ECG-MONITOR reduce prototyping time for creating heart-rate monitoring wearables by up to six months.
October 13, 2017
Learn how an open-loop DPD solution reduces power and complexity in cable remote PHY fiber nodes.
September 12, 2017
Learn how small, low-power analog ICs help reduce the programmable logic controller (PLC) footprint.
August 31, 2017
Using Maxim ICs, three health tech companies have created tools that support preventive and personalized care.
November 22, 2016
Maxim’s MAXREFDES38# reference design is a current fault sensor that can provide faster, more accurate fault detection on smart electricity grids.