ADG719 using for RF link

When I choose a proper Swith for 10MHz RF signal link swith ,is it right if i ues ADG719 in my application.

the info of ADG719 :

FEATURES
1.8 V to 5.5 V single supply
4 Ω (max) on resistance
0.75 Ω (typ) on resistance flatness
−3 dB bandwidth > 200 MHz
Rail-to-rail operation
6-lead SOT-23 package

Thanks for your answer!

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jan 18, 2021 3:42 PM 2 months ago

    Hi Guo,

    My apologies we seemed to have missed your question.

    The ADG719 is designed to pass high frequency signals of up to 200M Hz.

    So in theory it should pass a 10 MHz RF signal.

    Would you be able to give more detail in the type of RF 10 Mhz signal you plan to input into the ADG719 switch ?

    Other factors such as:

    • On Resistance.
    • Capacitance.
    • Propagation Delay.

    Need to be taken into consideration before selecting the correct switch for your application.

    Kevin

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jan 18, 2021 3:42 PM 2 months ago

    Hi Guo,

    My apologies we seemed to have missed your question.

    The ADG719 is designed to pass high frequency signals of up to 200M Hz.

    So in theory it should pass a 10 MHz RF signal.

    Would you be able to give more detail in the type of RF 10 Mhz signal you plan to input into the ADG719 switch ?

    Other factors such as:

    • On Resistance.
    • Capacitance.
    • Propagation Delay.

    Need to be taken into consideration before selecting the correct switch for your application.

    Kevin

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