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ADG9xx wideband CMOS switches: frequently asked questions

Posted: 27 May 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:ADG9xx application note? CMOS? wideband switches?

Analogic Devices' ADG9xx CMOS wideband switches are designed primarily to meet the requirements of devices transmitting at ISM band frequencies (greater than or equal to 900MHz). The low insertion loss, high isolation between ports, low distortion and low current consumption of these devices make them an excellent solution for many high frequency applications that require low power consumption and the ability to handle transmitted power (up to 16dBm). Typical applications include high speed filtering and data routing.

Complete specifications for each part (ADG901, ADG902, ADG904, ADG904R, ADG918, ADG919, ADG936, and ADG936R) can be found in the data sheets available from Analog Devices, and should be consulted in conjunction with this application note. This application note by Theresa Corrigan addresses some of the frequently asked questions about these parts.

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