CMOS, 2.5 Ω Low Voltage Differential 8 Channel Multiplexer
The ADG706 and ADG707 are low-voltage, CMOS analog multiplexers comprising 16 single channels and eight differential channels, respectively. The ADG706 switches one of 16 inputs (S1–S16) to a common output, D, as determined by the 4-bit binary address lines A0, A1, A2, and A3. The ADG707 switches one of eight differential inputs to a common differential output as determined by the 3-bit binary address lines A0, A1, and A2. An EN input on both devices is used to enable or disable the device. When disabled, all channels are switched OFF.
Low-power consumption and operating supply range of 1.8 V to 5.5 V make the ADG706 and ADG707 ideal for battery-powered, portable instruments. All channels exhibit break-before-make switching action preventing momentary shorting when switching channels. These devices are also designed to operate from a dual supply of ±2.5 V.
These multiplexers are designed on an enhanced submicron process that provides low-power dissipation yet gives high switching speed, very low ON resistance, and leakage currents. ON resistance is in the region of a few ohms and is closely matched between switches and very flat over the full signal range. These parts can operate equally well as either multiplexers or demultiplexers and have an input signal range that extends to the supplies.
The ADG706 and ADG707 are available in small 28-lead TSSOP packages.
- Single-/dual-supply operation. The ADG706 and ADG707 are fully specified and guaranteed with 3 V and 5 V single-supply and ±2.5 V dual-supply rails.
- Low ON resistance (2.5 Ω typical)
- Low-power consumption (<0.01 µW)
- Guaranteed break-before-make switching action
- Small 28-lead TSSOP package
- Data acquisition systems
- Communication systems
- Relay replacement
- Audio and video switching
- Battery-powered systems
At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
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