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Analog Devices Wins Golden Mousetrap Award for ADXL345 Digital iMEMS Accelerometer

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, has received a Golden Mousetrap Award for Best Product from Design News magazine for the ADXL345 digital iMEMS® (integrated micro-electromechanical systems) accelerometer.

The three-axis motion sensor was recognized in the Motion Control/Automation category for its ultra-low-power, high-resolution performance. The ADXL345 was developed specifically for space- and power-constrained portable devices including handheld medical and industrial devices, mobile gaming systems, smart phones, digital still cameras, and other battery-operated electronics.

For more than two decades, the Design News Awards Program has recognized engineering innovation and creativity in product design. This year, Golden Mousetrap awards were given in four major categories: Motion Control/Automation, Electronics, Hardware/Software, Materials/Fastening/Joining/Assembly, and 20 subcategories. A panel of editors gathered a record number of entries and, based on their expertise in each technology area, selected winners and finalists.

“Design News congratulates the winners and finalists of the 2010 Golden Mousetrap Awards for the great work they've done to develop new and innovative products for design engineers,” said Design News manager editor, Jennifer Roy. “These products, as always, showcase the highly imaginative ways that today's engineers are ‘building a better mousetrap,’ and we thank them for their contributions.”


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