I'm very much a beginner here, so bear with me.
I'm looking to create a digitally controlled switch that has two inputs and two outputs. (Update: The signals are 0V-1V analog.) Here are the two states (excuse the crappy ASCII):
_____ A----|---|---X | | B----|---|---Y ----- _____ A----|\ /|---X | x | B----|/ \|---Y -----
So, basically in one state, A is connected to X and B is connected to Y, but in the other state, A is connected to Y and B is connected to X.
I spent some time googling around and reading answers seem to be pointing me towards using a mux, but that would only switch one of the outputs. What would I use to get the other output to be routed to the opposite of what the mux selects?
Or...I'm sure there's another way to do what I'm trying to get at? (The beginner terms for googling this kind of thing (switch, cross, flip), aren't the best, as you can imagine.)