A practical guide for design engineers especially those involved with digital/analog interfaces to how analog switches and multiplexers work, how to design with them, and how to select the best device for a particular application. Circuit diagrams illustrate the best applications in terms of the sys
Table of Contents
Preface -- An Overview of Analog Switch Uses -- Standard Functional Configurations for Analog Switches and Multiplexers -- Understanding Data Sheet Specifications -- Application-Specific and User-Specific (ASIC /USIC) Switches -- Analog Switches in Sampled-Data Systems -- Signal Routing Applications -- Passive Component Switching Circuits -- Level Translation Applications -- Precision Signal Control -- Wideband /Video Switching and Routing -- Reliability Considerations -- Appendix A 1: Analog Switch Technologies -- Appendix A2: Analog Switch, Multiplexer and Array Design Topologies -- Appendix A3: Product Selection Guides -- Index.
STEVE MOORE is a Marketing Manager at Micro Linear Corporation, San Jose, California. Previously, Mr. Moore was a Marketing Manager at Siliconix, Inc. and a Design Engineer at Precision Monolithics, Inc., Santa Clara, California. A member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, he received the B.S.E.E. degree (1977) from the University of California, Berkeley.