You could try the ADG772 it is a Dual channel 2:1 mux/demux with a -3dB Bandwidth of 630 Mhz
The ADG772 has a CMOS switch architecture which is detailed here in MT-088. https://www.analog.com/media/en/training-seminars/tutorials/MT-088.pdf
This architecture provides a channel for the signal to pass through and does not buffer the signal or…
There seems to be a lot of jitter and noise on the signal. Also the fact that the device failed the eye diagram in your design and the evaluation board would suggest that maybe the noise is a result of the USB controller or the connection from…
I think bandwidth will be important to you here. The ADG9xx family of switches are our highest bandwidth switches but the CM voltage you need is too much for them. So, with regards our regular CMOS options, perhaps the ADG772 could be an option…
Yes this would be a good choice.
Also depending on the voltages involved, you could have a look at the ADG772.
In picozed schematic, it is mentioned that AD9361_CLK must be 1.3 Vpp max, but the internal reference clock signal to ADG772(U5) is at 1.8V,
Will it not affect XTALN pin level requirement of AD9361. The capacitive voltage divider may not do voltage division…
I checked the ADG774 and found out that the device is an Nmos only switch thus is has a restricted signal range.
You might want to check the ADG772, dual 2:1 Mux with 6.7ohms on resistance and has a bandwidth of up to 63MHz. The ADG772 has a…
The ADG772 only supports single-supply 2.7V-3.6V, so I don't think it will work for switching 10/100 Ethernet or the VBUS of USB2.0. Thanks.
The model has be finished. I have attached it here for you. It will go onto the ADG772 product page in the coming days as well.
Thanks for the reply. ADG774 is actually what I was looking for. But its package seems not small enough for my application. So I guess I will use two ADG772 devices.