Switches & multiplexers

Analog Switches and Multiplexers Overview

Portfolio including low-power and high-bandwidth switches to suit any application

Protection Switches and 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 and 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 and 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

Technical resources

Cross-reference

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Blog posts

Read about a wide variety of analog switch/mux system design topics in TI's blogs.

Reference designs

Complete board-and system-level reference design circuits to help you quickly evaluate and customize your system.