Analog Devices, Inc. offers a comprehensive portfolio of switches and multiplexers covering single to multiple switch elements with various signal ranges, and in a variety of packages to best suit customer application needs. Our Switches and Multiplexers are used in a wide and growing range of applications from industrial and instrumentation to medical, consumer, communications and automotive systems.
ADI has a portfolio of Analog crosspoint matrix switches that can be used for routing high-speed signals, including composite video and component video in applications such as studios, video-on-demand, in-flight entertainment, and surveillance and video-teleconferencing
Choose from the industry’s largest selection of Analog switches in leading-edge small packages. ADI offers multiple configurations in standard plastic packages as well as in space-saving LFCSP and WLCSP packages.
Analog Devices’ X-stream family of digital switches includes high speed crosspoint and 2:1 Mux/DeMux switches. These switches are ideal for WDM, enterprise and metro networking systems, data centers, telecom central offices, storage area networks and also broadcast video applications.
Choose from the industry’s largest selection of Analog multiplexers in leading-edge small packages. ADI offers multiple configurations from four channels to 32 channels in standard plastic packages as well as in space-saving LFCSP and WLCSP packages.
ADI has a new portfolio of Protection Products – These are switches and multiplexers that can be used for over voltage protection, power off protection, high ESD and Latch Up proof performance in applications such as Automotive, Instrumentation, Aerospace & Defense. In addition to optimization for robustness and protection, they offer high performance in industry leading small packages.
The RF Switch products are the highest bandwidth CMOS switches and multiplexers available. The standard CMOS process and integrated TTL drivers contribute to a reduced solution cost and PCB board space compared to most GaAs-based solutions. They are available in both reflective and absorptive versions.
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Use Circuits from the Lab™ in Your Next Design
Watch how two engineers were able to use Analog Devices Circuits from the Lab to help solve their design challenge. From test data to HW evaluation, to project integration, we make it easy to save time while lowering the risk in your circuit design.
iCMOS™ Switches and Multiplexers
Analog Devices proprietary iCMOS manufacturing process combines high voltage silicon with submicron CMOS and complementary bipolar technologies.
How to Read a Datasheet
What is in a datasheet, and how can the information it contains help you select the right part for your design? This wide-ranging and informative webcast will take you through a typical datasheet and explain the full meaning behind many often misunderstood specs.
Medical Devices Get A Prescription For Wafer-Level Chip-Scale Packaging
You no longer need to go to the hospital for your next medical treatment. Now, you can carry medical devices wherever you go—and that means small size and low-power design requirements.
(Electronic Design, July 23, 2009)
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|Analog Devices’ Multiplexers Offer High Robustness, Low Charge Injection and Low Leakage (09 Aug 2012)||Press Releases||HTML|
|Choosing the Correct Switch or Multiplexer for Your Application (pdf, 756 kB)||Product Selection Guide|
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