Part Number: TMUX1072
Could you please share the data which shows the temperature dependency of Con/Coff value?
Best regards,Iwata Etsuji
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We currently don't have this data and would need to test this in the lab. Expect results on this by the end of next week. From our experience the Con /Coff is fairly linear over the tested temperature range.
Thank you for your patience,
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In reply to Ambroise Suter:
Hi Iwata Etsuji,
We measured the following values for Con/Coff drift:
Con: ~0.0012pF/°C on all ports
Coff: ~0.002pF/°C on COM ports
Coff: ~0.0007pF/°C on NO/NC ports
measured range: -40°C to 125°C
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