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Do we have any bi-directional LVDS switch ?
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All of our switches and multiplexers are bidirectional and support all signals within the recommended operating conditions of the IC.
What configuration, voltage supply, and signal voltage are you looking for?
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In reply to Kate Dickson:
Since I haven't heard from you, I will go ahead and close out this thread. Please feel free to reply to re-open the thread if you would like further help choosing a switch!
My customer is looking for an LVDS switch 1:2 - multiple channels can be beneficial.
Most important is that they need an EVM to evaluate an idea in the lab.
I've been looking on our LVDS switches but couldn't find any with EVM available.
Can you please advise ?
In reply to Nir Flysher:
Those products are specially designed for HDMI/DisplayPort applications. For LVDS, you can use any standard switch that has enough bandwidth and covers the needed voltage range. How many channels are actually needed?
These switches are so simple to use that I am not aware of any that has a specialized EVM; if needed, one could solder one onto the LEADLESS-ADAPTER1.
Please see the response from Clemens.
TI has several high-bandwidth multi-channel 2:1 muxes with features such as powered-off protection. What is the voltage and bandwidth requirement? How many channels are needed?
TMUX136 and TMUX1574 are a few suggestions. Both can be soldered to LEADLESS-ADAPTER1 for evaluation in the lab.
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