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My customer is looking for switch solution to replace ADG1404 from ADI. Would you please suggest the right solution? I did not see any 4 inputs 1 output (1:4?) 1 channel switch on TI.com.
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In reply to Dakotah:
In reply to Yen Ting Chu:
We do not currently have any low Ron 4:1 muxs in our portfolio. As I mentioned in the last post we do have a number of 4:1 options with a higher Ron value that can be a good replacement depending on your system.
Thank you for clarifying your operating voltage for me. I have gone through and filtered our selection table for 4:1 muxs that can pass both a positive and negative signal voltage. Based on your provided information I would look into the MUX36D04. This device is actually a 2 channel, 4:1 mux but can be used as a 1-channel, 4:1 mux like the ADG1404. This part can operate at the voltage range you mentioned and has improved leakage specs over the ADI part. Additionally the part has a similar size the the ADI device as it is offered in a 5x4mm package
Please let me know if this device is not suitable for your customer and why. This will allow me to find a better replacement if needed.
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