The ADG1408/ADG1409 are monolithic iCMOS® analog multip-lexers comprising eight single channels and four differential channels, respectively. The ADG1408 switches one of eight inputs to a common output, as determined by the 3-bit binary address lines, A0, A1, and A2. The ADG1409 switches one of four differential inputs to a common differential output, as determined by the 2-bit binary address lines, A0 and A1. An EN input on both devices is used to enable or disable the device. When disabled, all channels are switched off.
The iCMOS (industrial CMOS) modular manufacturing process combines high voltage CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) and bipolar technologies. It enables the devel-opment of a wide range of high performance analog ICs capable of 33 V operation in a footprint that no other generation of high voltage parts has been able to achieve. Unlike analog ICs using conventional CMOS processes, iCMOS components can tolerate high supply voltages while providing increased performance, dramatically lower power consumption, and reduced package size.
The ultralow on resistance and on resistance flatness of these switches make them ideal solutions for data acquisition and gain switching applications where low distortion is critical. iCMOS construction ensures ultralow power dissipation, making the parts ideally suited for portable and battery-powered instruments.Applications
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|ADG1408/ADG1409: 4Ω Ron, 4-/8-Channel ±15 V/+12 V/±5 V iCMOS Multiplexers Data Sheet (Rev B, 03/2009) (pdf, 474 kB)||Data Sheets|
|ADG1408-EP/ADG1409-EP: 4 Ω RON, 4-/8-Channel ±15 V/+12 V/±5 V iCMOS Multiplexers (Rev 0, 03/2011) (pdf, 290 kB)||Data Sheets|
|ADG1408-DSCC: Microcircuit, Digital-Linear, 8 Channel, CMOS Multiplexer, Monolithic Silicon Military Data Sheet (Rev A, 07/2011) (pdf)||Data Sheets|
|AN-1024: How to Calculate the Settling Time and Sampling Rate of a Multiplexer (pdf, 210 kB)||Application Notes|
Data-acquisition system uses fault protection
By Catherine Redmond, Analog Devices, Inc. (EDN, 4/15/2004)
CMOS Switches Offer High Performance in Low Power, Wideband Applications
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by Theresa Corrigan and Ray Goggin, Analog Devices, Inc. (High Frequency Electronics, February 2004)
|Switches and Multiplexers Product Selection Guide (pdf, 1462 kB)||Product Selection Guide|
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ICs for Programmable Logic Control and Distributed Control Systems
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Analog Devices leadership in industrial IC technology, with the development of the iCMOS™ and iPolar™ processes, has uniquely defined high voltage and low voltage integration to deliver smaller, higher performance, and more cost effective ICs for industrial systems.
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