Switches & multiplexers

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Our analog switches and muxes improve your design with better accuracy, system reliability and platform scalablity

Protection switches & multiplexers

Bidirectional switches and multiplexers with powered-off protection used to isolate I/O signal paths from system power rails to resolve bus contention issues, reduce power sequencing design complexity and save system power

Precision switches & multiplexers

Low-leakage bidirectional switches and multiplexers used in the signal path next to op amps and often connected between sensors and data converters to minimize offset error and/or signal distortion in high-accuracy measurement systems

General-purpose switches & multiplexers

Broad portfolio of bidirectional switches and multiplexers across a wide voltage range, channel count and configuration that are typically used in low-frequency or digital (ON/OFF) applications where size and/or BOM optimization is most important

Protection switches & multiplexers: featured products and content

TMUX1511

3-GHz, 4-channel 1:1 powered-off protection switch with 2-Ω Ron and 1.8-V compatible control logic

TMUX1574

2-GHz, 4-channel 2:1 powered-off protection switch with 2-Ω Ron and 1.8-V compatible control logic

TMUX154E

2-channel 2:1 powered-off protection switch with extended ESD protection in a small UQFN package

Precision switches & multiplexers: featured products and content

TMUX1108

Industry's smallest 5-V precision multiplexer with a wide supply range and ultra-low leakage

TMUX6104

33-V, 1-channel 4:1 precision multiplexer with ultra-low leakage and low-charge injection

MUX36S08

Fast switching, 36-V precision multiplexer with ultra-low leakage and low-charge injection

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