My answer is as follows.
I have only 2 probe. So, I can measure only 2 point at the same time.
I'm trying to use the ADG3300 to simply translate between a 3.3V and a 5V system . Originally I had planned to
use the auto-sense capability for bidirectional signals,but have decided the part is way too unstable for that to ever work.
Is it possible…
I found an 8 channel bi directional level translator that I hope you can use for the interface on your application. Please check on the ADG3300. ( please refer to link ADG3300 datasheet). You may also want to do a parametric search on other…
While the "Input Driving Requirements" section of the ADG3300 datasheet is correct, the ADG3308 "Input Driving Requirements" section describes the input drive requirements for the ADG330x family better. Below is what it states:…
I am using the ADG3300 level translator to interface an FPGA output (3.3V signal , 1MHz frequency) to an IC working at 1.8V. I get severe oscillations of 50 MHz at the output. I have used all the good PCB practices like good decoupling , ground…
I checked the level-shift ADG3300/3308 datasheet, which can't showed any information of Minimum Pulse Width /Pulse duration specification, Can you help? Thanks you!
Apologies. This was missed. Don't worry about not having a pull up resistor. SPI do not require this as this interface uses push pull circuit. However, if you want a known state upon power up /CS pin is pulled to IOVDD (100kohm is fine…