Part Number: DG402
Function: Low Power High Speed CMOS Analog Switch
Package: DIP 16 Pin Type
CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor) DG402 analog switch is an electronic switch that uses CMOS technology to control the flow of analog signals. Unlike digital switches, which operate with binary on/off signals, analog switches are designed to handle continuous analog signals, such as audio signals or voltage signals, that can take on any value within a certain range.
In CMOS analog switches, the switch is controlled by a digital signal that turns the switch on or off. When the switch is on, the analog signal is able to pass through the switch, while when it is off, the signal is effectively isolated. CMOS analog switches are widely used in a variety of applications, including data acquisition, audio and video signal routing, and power management.
One advantage of CMOS analog switches is that they consume very little power, making them suitable for battery-powered applications. They also have fast switching times and low on-resistance, which results in low signal distortion. Additionally, CMOS technology is a cost-effective and widely available fabrication process, which makes CMOS analog switches a popular choice for many applications.
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Other data sheets are available within the file: DG400, DG401, DG403, DG404, DG405