analog switch


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analog switch

[′an·əl‚äg ‚swich]
(electronics)
A device that either transmits an analog signal without distortion or completely blocks it.
Any solid-state device, with or without a driver, capable of bilaterally switching voltages or current.
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Customers with space-constrained portable applications prefer higher performance functions in smaller footprint packages," said Dan Huettl, director for ON Semiconductor's Logic and Analog Switch business unit.
This analog switch has enhanced lower Ron performance and has a 70 percent smaller footprint than the very popular NLAS4684MNR2G.
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