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Need spice model for ADG419

Trying to simulate an ADG419 SPDT (http://www.analog.com/en/switchesmultiplexers/analog-switches/adg419/products/product.html) in a circuit I currently have but can't find any SPICE models. The closest I can find is ADG779 (http://www.analog.com/en/switchesmultiplexers/analog-switches/adg779/products/product.html) but this doesn't have Vss, or VL pins. Vss I assume is important for the signal (±10V signal), and VL is important for matching the simulated schematic to the actual schematic.

Could I get some recommendations for what I could use as a replacement or is there a model for ADG419 that might (hopefully) be archived somewhere?

Thanks!

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  • Hi,

    There is no spice model available for the ADG419.

    One option is to use the ADG411 Spice model.  The ADG411 is 4 xSPST so you can use 2 channels and tie the outputs together to replicate an SPDT.  The ADG411 has the same core switch design as the ADG419 so it should give fair indication of performance.

    Rgds,

    Theresa

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  • Hi,

    There is no spice model available for the ADG419.

    One option is to use the ADG411 Spice model.  The ADG411 is 4 xSPST so you can use 2 channels and tie the outputs together to replicate an SPDT.  The ADG411 has the same core switch design as the ADG419 so it should give fair indication of performance.

    Rgds,

    Theresa

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