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Part Number: TS5A4624
My Customer requested MUX/Switch for I2S communication like the below.
So, I will suggest TS3A44195 and TS5A4624.
Is it ok that TS3A44195 and TS5A4624 apply I2S communication for the follow?
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In reply to Adam Torma:
I changed block for the below.
In reply to Charles Jeon:
The main difference between the TCA9546A and the TMUX1209 is how you give the switch the signal to change state. The TCA9546A requires a full I2C command from the microcontroller to change the switch state where the TMUX1209 simply uses a GPIO high or low signal to change state. Another main difference is the TCA9546A can communicate to all 4 ISPs simultaneously where the TMUX devices can only communicate one at a time.
Why did you choose to use the TMUX1104?
The lowest IC count solution is using 3x TMUX1209 devices.
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