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Low power MEMS sensor

ADXL354 and ADXL355 accelerometers enable early detection of structural problems



Meter-on-a-chip enables broad range of portable health sensor applications

Analog Devices has developed a high-precision, low-power meter-on-a-chip for a range of portable health applications such as point-of-care diagnostics, home/self-test health devices, and wearable vital signs monitors, including those for sports and fitness. Nick Flaherty reports



High-precision, low-power meter-on-a-chip

For a range of portable health applications such as point-of-care diagnostics, home/self-test health devices, and wearable vital signs monitors



Analog Devices sells its MEMS microphone business to InvenSense

InvenSense will acquire the assets related to analogue and digital output microphones, as well as certain support operations, for $100 million in cash



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