ok, if you are breadboarding then the ADG408 would give you better package options.
I need a simulation model for ADG1408 (lower RON). I have the model for an ADG408.
Can anyone help with changing RON?
Here are the corrected (and tested) LTSpice symbols for the ADG408/409, based on the answer given by mayp.
Is there any document descriobing what are the differences between ADG1408 and ADG408, apart from the obvious Rdson
I've had a look at the difference between the ADG1408 and ADG408, these two devices does not have similar parametric values. On resistance for instance is from 4.7 ohms to 40 ohms respectively. Now, if you plan to change the ADG408 spice…
With my senior design group, we chose the ADG408 for use in a low power application. We have been prototyping the parts to make sure they are what we need and it seems everything is good except for the "Power Requirements" of this device. If it means…
I have been simulating the ADG408 spice model. Can anyone explain what the SPICE model term
C_A0_D 1 39 4E-12 and where it is connected internally.
I have found that even with the EN pin low, when switching the address lines, the inputs are affected…
Initially looking at your plots what comes to mind is switch charge injection effects. I have attached an FAQ that has some Q&A on glitches caused by charge injection. An experiment to do would be to increase the shunt capacitance on the…
We are using a ADG408BRUZ 8:1 mux to select between 8 audio signals. When the select lines A0, A1 or A2 change, a glitch is produced within the part that propagates out of the Sx and D pins, resulting in an audible click or pop. It is clearly visible…