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Discrete chopper switch


I want to use some single chopper switches in my prototype PCB. However, when I searched in ADI product list, there are only chopper-stabilized amplifiers which usually consist of two chopper switches.

I just want to use one chopper switch in my design which seems like a mixer. So I was wondering if there is a product as I want. For instance, an IC integrates several chopper switches and several clock control signals.

Thanks and look forward to your reply.

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  • Hi KirV,

    Thank you so much for your help.

    My idea is shown in the first figure below. I use a chopper (principle shown in the second figure) to multiply analog input voltage with +1 or -1 according to the control signal, say PRBS. And then, the output of chopper goes through a differential integrator. 

    I am searching for a device which can achieve the function of chopper above (4 switches and controlled by a logic signal). So far, 4066 is a choice. Do you have some advice?

    Furthermore, because here is the group for amplifier, I also wonder which amplifers fit for my differential integrator. This is the only integrated integrator chip I found. Do you know any amplifer from ADI can be easily implemented as an integrator with reset switches? It will be very appreciated!