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CMOS switch with “negative” current

In a project, I need to swap the polarity of a 12V power/signal and GND wire combination electronically. The current flow is between 7 and 28 mA. I'm using a DPDT relay for this - the input wires are ...
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3v3 VLogic for DG212

I am curious if anyone knows if a Vishay DG212 works with VLogic being powered by 3v3? The only test conditions the datasheet speaks of are where VL is being powered by 5v. Here is the datasheet: ...
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Discharging a capacitor with an analog switch

I'm designing an op amp integrator with a 100nF capacitor, and need to include a logic level reset/discharge option. I would like to use the DG467 analog switch due to its low cost and small package, ...
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Analog switch on an instrumentation amplifier input

I'm working on a project for school that involves a configurable input stage (AC/DC coupling and variable input impedance) connected to an instrumentation amplifier. I am wondering whether I will ...
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Mixed digital/analog rails and level-shifting components best practices

I am designing a board with a ±2.5V analog domain and a 3.3V digital domain where space is at a premium. Digital and analog grounds only connect at a single point near the supplies. As such I am using/...
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Replace a relay with an analog switch

I'm trying to replace a relay with a SPDT cmos analog switch MAX4678 for switching a sine wave, The switch is powered with dual power supply +5/-5 and +5 to its V_logic pin. This is what i got in ...
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Analog Bistable Memory

I am looking for a device which I do not know exists. I would like to store the state of a number of analog switches, perhaps driven by a D Type Flip Flop. I'd like to drive the flip flop and set ...
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MOSFET analog switch, Transmission Gate, Bilateral switch circuit questions

Below is an LTSpice simulation of two attempts at a Mosfet bilateral switch or 'transmission gate'. The plot shows the switch (onoff) going from 0 to 5v (in blue) and a sine wave audio signal being ...
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Switching RS-485 bus

As shown in the graph, I'm trying to use mcu-controlled switches to turn a segment of rs-485 bus on or off (so that only one segment is on at a time). I was considering analog switches but I'm not ...
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Pulldown to prevent floating input pins for multiplexer

I'm designing a multiplexer shield for Arduino, by which it will (hopefully be possible to read up to 64 analog inputs such as potentiometers etc.. Schematics of rev.0.1 can be found here. I'm using ...
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Questions regarding a comparator circuit coupling to an analog switch

This is directly related to my previous question, so it requires to first have a look at that. And the below LTspice implementation is based on Andy Aka's answer. The following circuit works in ...
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Voltage across the IC

I need to switch three different supply and for that I am planning to use 3:1 Analog switch something as shown in the below Block diagram. As we know there will an on resistance(Ron) for these kind ...
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Single Ended Precision Variable Amplitude Square Waves and Charge Injection

I love to hear any thoughts about a good break-before-make analog switch with low charge injection or even even better any thoughts on generating precision amplitude square waves in general. As to ...
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S,D terminals of analog switch

I find analog switch usually label the two terminal of the switch channel as "S"(Source) and "D"(Drain). Such as this. I think they are equal in function, either can be used as input or output. So why ...