Maxim Integrated designs and manufactures analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits used in computers, peripherals, handheld electronics, wireless and fiber communications, test equipment, instrumentation and video displays. Maxim Integrated products include Data Converters, Interface Circuits, RF Wireless Circuits, Oscillators, Battery-Management Circuits, Microcontrollers, Operational Amplifiers, Power-Management Circuits, Switches, Multiplexers, Sensors and Voltage References.
Get to Market Faster with Maxim
You don’t have time or resources for too many design iterations. You’ve got to turn your concepts into working prototypes—and get to market fast. Maxim has just what you need to reach the next level.
Contest: Unleash Invisible Intelligence
The best IoT applications let us monitor things we’ve never dreamed of monitoring. We’re challenging you to come up with creative ways to infuse intelligence into a new application using the MAX32620FTHR rapid development platform.
Ultra low power management
Portable devices in the consumer market, especially those part of the IOT space, all share the same challenge: battery life.
Automotive consumers continue to demand increased efficiency along with added features for safety and convenience. To meet these needs, Maxim is helping customer add next-generation technology with less development effort and cost.
Maxim offers a wide range of integrated circuits for power conversion, control and battery management applications in industrial, communications, automotive, consumer and medical markets.
Signal Chain Solutions
Maxim’s analog signal chain ICs are designed for a wide range of applications that include op amps, current sense amps, audio and video amplifiers, data converters, analog filters, analog switches and multiplexers, and sensors.
MicroZed industrial IoT starter kit
The Avnet MicroZed Industrial IoT Starter Kit supports designers’ edge-to-cloud development of Internet-connected solutions.
3 Key Reqs. to Lock in Security on Your Next Design
What do video cameras, cars, point-of-sales terminals, and baby monitors have in common? All have been hacked. In today’s smart, connected world, every day products are more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Learn how hardware-based security protects.