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Product category: Analogue and Mixed Signal ICs
News Release from: Analog Devices | Subject: AD9958 and AD9959
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 25 July 2005

Multichannel DDS chips offer flexible
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The industry's first multichannel DDS devices provide solutions to two common design challenges faced by system engineers in a range of applications.

Analog Devices has released the industry's first multichannel DDS (direct digital synthesis) devices, providing a solution to two common design challenges faced by system engineers in a range of applications Allowing independent programming of up to four inherently synchronised outputs, ADI's new four-channel AD9959 and two-channel AD9958 deliver greater control to correct imbalances between multiple signals, enabling engineers to spend considerably less time and effort on this usually complex portion of the system design

For space-constrained systems, the AD9958 and AD9959 simplify the design process by integrating multiple DDS channels on a single chip, eliminating the need for sev