• ADG712: overvoltage protection

    1-1.5V applied to the switch/digital inputs while unpowered will permanently
    damage the device. The max ratings on the ADG712 allow the inputs to be maximum
    of 300mV above VDD or 300mV below AGND and apply at all times. In general,
    ADG712…
  • ADG712 specification

    Hello there,

    I want to use the ADG712BRUZ  @ 40 mA  3.3v 70C with 5 ms pulse.

    Presently we are using the the ADG1612, same conditions.

    The problem is that in the ADG1612 specification, rev b, page 7 table 5,

    we can see that at 125C,  Vdd=3.3v, Imax …

  • ADG712 NC pin

    Hi,

    I have the ADG712 designed into a board such that the NC pin (pin 4) is connected to ground. I have just noticed that the datasheet says "Do not connect to this pin". I'd appreciate any comments on this e.g. is this going to damage the part?…

  • RE: Looking for AD chip, the same as FST3125MX

    Hi,

    I would recommend either the ADG712 or the ADG812 as an alternative to the FST3125MX. They are both 4 x SPST switches with the ADG812 having the lowest Ron and the ADG712 with a larger signal bandwidth.

    Regards,

    Stephen.

  • Looking for a chip for good carrier suppression

    Hello! I need a chip which would be 4 independent switches (2-40 Ohm Ron)  that could switch at frequencies up to 30 MHz.

    Most importantly, in such connection, as shown, the level of suppression of the carrier frequency would not be below 50-60dB. I modeled…

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