TMUX136 should be a good suggestion based on your requirements. But TI also has passive multiplexers specifically designed around PCIe switching applications. See our product selection page here
Part Number: TMUX136
Customer wants to use either of the following in a matched impedance context. What is the impedance of these devices?
We are looking to have an impedance around 20 ohms. Is there a device that would work…
I agree with Clemens on this. The Tmux136 is characterized by Ron vs voltage input so there is no curve like the one you provided. However the mux can be modeled as a resistor and the solution Clemens described is applicable.
Thanks and Regards…
Part Number: TMUX136 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX154E , TS5A9411 Hi, would like to know at which frequency the charge pump runs and are there any spectrum plots available showing what kind of spurs it creates. Asking as considering if this can…
Part Number: TMUX136 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TS5A23157 Hi,
Customer raised questions below for TMUX136.
If TMUX136MRSER can be used for 1MHz application? (smbus)
What is the maximum C_load that TMUX136 can support?
Is the signal from input to…
Part Number: TMUX136 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TS3DV642 Hi Team,
Our customer would like to confirm if the TMUX136 can be used as Mux/Demux for MIPI signals w/ frequency of up to 720 Mbps/lane or up to 1.6Gbps/lane. If not, do we have a mux that…
Part Number: TMUX136 Hi Expert,
I saw this device no need external pull up resistor for design, but I still would to double check with you for below question:
If customer send signal from COM1/2 to A/B port, does it need pull up resistor on COM1/2 ?