CMOS, Low Voltage, RF/ Video, SPDT Switch (Single Pole, Double Throw)
The ADG752 is a low voltage SPDT (single pole, double throw) switch. It is constructed using switches in a T-switch configuration, which results in excellent Off Isolation while maintaining good frequency response in the ON condition.
High off isolation and wide signal bandwidth make this part suitable for switching RF and video signals. Low power consumption and operating supply range of +1.8 V to +5.5 V make it ideal for battery powered, portable instruments.
The ADG752 is designed on a submicron process that provides low power dissipation yet gives high switching speed and low on resistance. This part is a fully bidirectional switch and can handle signals up to and including the supply rails. Break-before-make switching action ensures the input signals are protected against momentary shorting when switching between channels.The ADG752 is available in 6-lead SOT-23 and 8-lead mSOIC packages.
- High Off Isolation –80 dB at 30 MHz.
- –3 dB Signal Bandwidth 250 MHz.
- Low On Resistance (15 Ω).
- Low Power Consumption, typically <0.01 µW.
- Break-Before-Make Switching Action.
- Tiny 6-lead SOT-23 and 8-lead µSOIC packages.
- Audio and Video Switching
- RF Switching
- Networking Applications
- Battery Powered Systems
- Communication Systems
- Relay Replacement
- Sample-and-Hold Systems
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