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USB 3.0 MULTIPLEXER 8:1

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Dear Sir/Madam/Miss,

Do HD3SS6126 chip support for 8:1 multiplexer (USB 3.0)? Since its only designed for 2:1/1:2, I'm wondering can I cascade it into 8:1.

Is that will be a problem in signal integrity if I cascaded it into 8:1 using this chips ? I had attached a picture file for better view.

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  • Hello,

    I think that it can be done, please give me more time to confirm whether is possible or not.

    Regards

  • In reply to Elias Villegas M.:

    Dear bro,

    Hereby I had attached a picture of another new idea for 8:1 mux using HD3SS6126

    Based on the new idea, can I connect all the HSA +/- pin, SSA0 +/- pin and SSA1 +/- pin together respectively ?

    Is that any user had implemented it ?

    How about the signal integrity ?

    I had drawn and uploaded it "BlockDiagram3.png".

    Kindly waiting for your reply bro.

    Thanks

    Regards,

    Shagilan Bala

  • In reply to Elias Villegas M.:

    Dear Sir/Madam/Sis/Miss,

    Hereby, I had attach a new picture of 4:1 multiplexer for USB 3.0.

    Is this diagram ok for me to develop this project ?

    How about its transmission delay & signal integrity?

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  • In reply to Shagilan Bala:

    Hello,

    Sorry for the delay.

    I recommend you to use a USB hub instead. With your current implementation only one USB device will be available and every time you switch to another device it will have to be re-enumerated.

    All the devices will be available at any time if you use a USB hub.

    I recommend you to look at the TUSB8041, TUSB8020B.

    Regards

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