The ADG918/ADG919 are wideband switches using a CMOS Process to provide high isolation and low insertion loss to 1GHZ. The ADG918 is an absorptive switch having 50 ohm terminated shunt legs, while the ADG919 is a reflective switch.
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|ADG918/ADG919: Wideband 4 Ghz, 43 dB Isolation @ 1GHz, CMOS 1.65V to 2.75V, 2:1 Mux/SPDT Switches Data Sheet (Rev C, 10/2008) (pdf, 625 kB)||Data Sheets|
|AN-952: ADG9xx Wideband CMOS Switches: Frequently Asked Questions (pdf, 162 kB)||Application Notes|
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