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Hello, in my circuit I need to choose between two signals to send to the output. One signal is a train of pulses (5V amplitude) coming from a comparator (open-collector output with external resistor pulled-up) and the other comes from the output of a 555 oscilator (also 5V amplitude).
I think I can use a 2:1 mux or a digital SPDT switch/transmission gate to pass one signal or another to the output. Is the TS5A3153 or the SN74LVC1G3157 a good choice to do the job? or is it only to transmit analog signals?
The IC requirements are: 5V power supply, max. frequency pulses to transmit < 500 kHz, and if possible, small package! (<=soic8 in size).
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In reply to C. Ryan Land:
thank you for your response! The application I'm working is an audio synthesizer.
I think that is better if I use a break-before-make switch, right? to avoid the connection between the comparator and 555 outputs when the control signal switches. Do you recommend me the TS5A3159A or the SN74LVC1G3157 mentioned above?
The incoming pulse width is <10 us, so looking the specifications for both the BBM time seems very short compared to it, also the turn-off/on times.
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