Dear analog engineers,
I want to use the ADG759 for muxing my sensor signals at 40MHz.
The problem I have, is that the only voltages I have on my PCB are ±3,3V and ±5,5V dual suppllies.
I need the low Ron resistance, so other options are not available at Analog.
The absoluut maximum of the ADG759 is 7V (VDD to VSS), can I use the ADG759 on a
± 3,3V power supply without degrading the specifications???
Hopefully one of you can help me.
With kind regards,
Message was edited by: Andre Dekker Reply button does''nt work so I do it this way. The transition times of the two parts are way to low. I need to switch with 40MHz so is there any other option???
The ADG759 cannot be used as the voltages used may damage the part.
As an alternative would the ADG1409 (which is specified at +/-5.5V) or the ADG1609 (which is specified at +/-5.5V and 3.3V, but can be operated at +/-3.3V) be of use? The data sheets can be found at the links below.