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Product category: Analogue and Mixed Signal ICs
News Release from: Analog Devices | Subject: AD9877
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 22 November 2001

Mixed-signal front end aims for set-top
boxes

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Analog Devices has released the AD9877, the newest member of its Mixed-Signal Front End (MxFE) product family.

Responding to set-top box and cable modem manufacturers' demands for technologies that allow them to differentiate their products in hardware Analog Devices has released the AD9877, the newest member of its Mixed-Signal Front End (MxFE) product family Based on ADI's "smart partitioning" methodology - a performance-enhancing design technique that partitions the signal path according to performance metrics rather than analogue/digital boundaries - the AD9877 sets the mixed-signal front end standard for broadband modems in a low-cost, low-power package