Part Number: TS3DV642
Could you help confirm whether the TS3DV642 can be used for VGA analog signal switching? thank you!
Best regards,Sam Ting
Please give me few days to look at the VGA specification to see if the TS3DV642 can meet the VGA requirement.
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In reply to David (ASIC) Liu:
What I am not sure is the TS3DV642 impact to the analog signals’ linearity. It will degrade each RGB signals. VSYNC and HSYNC signals should be OK.
Thanks for your feedback!
Regarding the linearity of analog signals, do you mean the voltage drop of the on-state resistance and its mismatch between channels? If so, do we have other suitable solutions for the application? Thanks for your support!
In reply to Sam Ting:
Would TS5V522 work for this particular application, www.ti.com/.../TS5V522C
Thanks for your support!
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