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Part Number: MUX508
Hi BU Experts,
My customer is using MUX508.
They found an issue about the break-before-make delay.
Below is the SCH. VDD=15V, S3=15V, S4=0.76V.
when the S3 is switched to S4 (A0 from 0 to 1), there will be ~120us delay in which the output (S8) will drop to 0.6V first, and then rise to 1V, and go back to target 0.76V finally. You can refer to the waveform attached (CH1: OUTPUT S8, CH2:A0).
When the input S3 voltage is lower, the delay can be shorter.
I can't find the break-before-make delay data when input is close to VDD.
Customer can't accept so long delay.
Could you let me know the reason and what actions can do to improve it?
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In reply to Fan.Wang:
Thanks for reply. Happy Chinese New Year!
1. Please check the circuits as below.
1) the CH_IN1, CH_IN2, CH_IN3, CH_IN4 circuits are the same. So the voltage source resistance is not an issue.
2) Pin8 is connected to ADC's input through the resistors R295 and R979. No capacitor over there.
2. Customer did an experiment. When exchange the ICs across different boards, for certain IC, it will show the same settling time on different boards.
For above two, it seems it is not relevant to external circuit, but the IC ifself.
Could you please help analysis it and give your suggestions? thanks.
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