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Linux Drivers

The rapid increase in use of free and open-source software (FOSS), in particular Linux, represents the most significant, all-encompassing, and long-term trend that the embedded industry has seen since the early 1980s.1) Like many, Analog Devices creates and maintains Linux Drivers for various Analog Devices products.

Select a driver from the list below.

Backlight

GPIO

Secondary function

IIO - Accelerometers

IIO - Amplifiers

IIO - Analog to Digital Converters

IIO - Capacitance to Digital Converters

IIO - Digital to Analog Converters

IIO - Direct Digital Synthesis

IIO - Frequency Synthesizers / Phase-Locked Loop

IIO - Gyroscopes

IIO - Impedance Converters and Network Analyzers

IIO - Inertial Measurement Units

IIO - Resolvers

IIO - Receivers

IIO - Transceivers

Input - Keyboard

Input - Misc

Input - Touchscreens

LED

Miscellaneous

Multifunction Device

Networking - MAC802154

Regulators

Sound

Video

1) IDC study/survey from over 5000 developers in 116 countries. Open Source in Global Software: Market Impact, Disruption, and Business Models. 2006.
resources/tools-software/linux-drivers-all.txt · Last modified: 15 Jun 2015 20:19 by NevadaMark