• ADG408 and 409 multiplexer

    Hello, i want to replace the multiplexers in audio devices with these types. The old ones are CD4051 and 4052 CMOS. Yes, i know they are not pin compatible, but this won´t be a problem. The ADG type should have some advantages as low noise and the cut…

  • RE: ADG408 AD7824

    This question has been closed by the EZ team and is assumed answered.
  • ADG408/409 LTSpice Transient Analysis

    I've been trying to perform a basic transient analysis within LTSpice using the ADG408 multiplexer, and have been getting very strange results:

    • The output voltage spikes when the address is changed, but the corresponding switch input is not transferred…
  • ADG1408 Vs ADG408

    Hello

    Is there any document descriobing what are the differences between ADG1408 and ADG408, apart from the obvious Rdson

    Thanks

    Alon

  • ADG408 produces glitches on I/O pins when the select lines change

    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…

  • Parameters I can change Spice models - ADG408/ADG409 to match behavior - ADG1408/ADG1409?

    Are there some parameters I can change in the models for the ADG408/ADG409 parts to match how an ADG1408/ADG1409 would operate?

    I have both spice models downloaded: AGD408/ADG409

    I would like to simulate ADG1408/ADG1409

    Thanks.

  • ADG408 Supply Current and Datasheet

    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…

  • ADG408 to ADG1408

    Hi

    I need a simulation model for ADG1408 (lower RON). I have the model for an ADG408.

    Can anyone help with changing RON?

  • Analog Multiplexer design in LTspice

    I've been trying to use Analog multiplexer ADG408 in LTspice. But I'm have some doubts regading it....

     > How to give inputs for the selection lines in LTspice, 

     > For me the output is not changing, when i'm changing it.

  • RE: Multiplexer for demodulation

    Hi Charles,

    ok, if you are breadboarding then the ADG408 would give you better package options.

    http://www.analog.com/en/switchesmultiplexers/multiplexers-muxes/adg408/products/product.html

    Regards,

    Eric.