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Electronic Design Power & Analog Update



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In measurement systems where a multiplexer input is interfaced with remotely placed sensors, an overvoltage fault condition is possible on the input. Learn about the most common overvoltage fault conditions and how to protect the multiplexer.

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The MUX508 8:1 analog multiplexer works with either dual supplies (±5 V to ±18 V) or a single supply (10 V to 36 V). The MUX508 has very low on- and off-leakage currents to switch signals from high input impedance sources with minimal error.

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The TMUX6112 analog multiplexer has four independently selectable single-pole/single-throw (SPST) switches. The device has very low leakage current and charge injection, allowing it to be used in high-precision measurement applications.

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The TS5A3159 single-pole double-throw (SPDT) analog switch operates from 1.65 V to 5.5 V and offers low ON-state resistance. A break-before-make feature prevents signal distortion during the transferring of a signal from one channel to another.


Learn about common switch architectures, specifications, characteristics, and parameters. This series also covers key differentiating features such as powered-off protection and fault protection.



Learn how smaller package sizes have the mechanical performance and reliability of leaded packages. The SOT-23 Thin package allows system designers to quickly add last minute functionality to their projects without sacrificing valuable PCB space.


Search this glossary to learn about terminology, features, and parameters for our switches and multiplexers. This guide provides answers to common questions around switch configuration, power supplies, leakage current and more.


The TIDA-01051 reference design is used to demonstrate optimized channel density, integration, power consumption, clock distribution and signal chain performance of very high channel count data acquisition systems such as those used in automatic test equipment.


Stability issues can be encountered in amplifier circuits when special attention is not paid to device parasitic capacitances. This report helps designers understand mux capacitance specifications in order to select the correct multiplexer for their application.


Li-ion batteries encompass all shapes and capacities, making it difficult to create a single, integrated tester to accurately handle the range of capacities, currents, & physical form factors. This article shares testing challenges and solutions.


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