SOT-363 (SC-70-6, SC-88)
|Configuration||1 x 2:1|
|No of Channels||2|
|Supply Voltage||1.65V to 5.5V|
Features and Applications
A multiplexer is an electronic device, which is capable of accepting more than one input signal simultaneously and chooses one (or more) of the input signals as an output signal in response to the state of one or more select input. Multiplexing enables a number of individual items of information to be transmitted along the same transmission channel.
Multiplexers are used in building digital semiconductors such as CPUs and graphics controllers. They are also used in communications
The NC7SB3157 or FSA3157 is a high performance, single-pole/double-throw (SPDT) Analog Switch or 2:1 Multiplexer/Demultiplexer Bus Switch. The device is fabricated with advanced sub-micron CMOS technology to achieve high speed enable and disable times and low on resistance. The break before make select circuitry prevents disruption of signals on the B Port due to both switches temporarily being enabled during select pin switching.
The device is specified to operate over the 1.65 to 5.5V VCC operating range. The control input tolerates voltages up to 5.5V independent of the VCC operating range.
The NC7SB3157P6X is a low-voltage SPDT Analog Switch or 2:1 Mux/DeMux Bus Switch in a SC-70-6 package. It has a supply voltage of 1.65 V ~ 5.5 V and features a break-before-make enable circuitry.