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Recommendation for a 1:1 Switch for SVID signal

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We need 1:1 switch to control the on/off of the SVID signal. The signal level is 1 V and the frequency is 25 MHz.

 

The table below shows the detailed spec of this signal.


Filtering by the low voltage level, I think SN74AUC2G66 & SN74TVC3306 should be suitable. Which one would you recommend? Thanks!

  • Shashank,

    It looks like there are three different signals that need to be turned on and off

     

      

    The new TMUX1511 will be a good choice for digital signaling because of the low capacitance.  It also is able to be controlled with 1.8V logic signals.

     

    The SN74TVC3306 could be used but you need to make sure you bias the gate voltage high enough (gate voltage must be > I/O max voltage plus 1V)  that it doesn’t clamp the I/O signal  

     

    The SN74AUC2G66 is only a two channel device and will need to use multiple ICs to support 3 signals.  Also it looks like this device will only operate with supply up to 2.7 V and not be useful for 3.3 V data signals.

    Thank you,

    Adam

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