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CDCE913: is it okay to supply Vdd using resistor divider?

Part Number: CDCE913
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CDCE6214

Hello TI experts,

My customer considers CDCE913 for their new product now.

the problem is, they use 3.3V input and output, and they only have 3.3V power rails,

But CDCE913 needs 1.8V for Vdd supply.

so i am asking you that is it okay to use resistor divider to supply 1.8V, from 3.3V.

in this case I should consider some heat problem, and power dissipation and efficiency. (end device is battery powered application.)

could you check that any customer use CDCE913 like this? and it would be very helpful if you check about the problems of heat, power dissipation and total efficiency, and recommended value of divider.

Best regards,

Chase