It is common question to ask will (this device) support ( this signal type/standard). When selecting an appropriate signal switch for your signal type/standard you need to consider 3 things : Configuration, Bandwidth, and voltage range.
Below is a chart to help the switches and multiplexers e2e community decide which switches and muxes can support which signal standards based on configuration, bandwidth and voltage range. E2e community experts please help fill out the table or verify I have a line item correct. Please place your comments below. I will then go back and add the common switches that could support that standard.
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In reply to Jonathan Valdez:
Johnathan, Thank you for the clarification on the I2C spec and the new part recommendations. Does anyone else have any updates or can verify the information? Thank you, Adam
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