analog multiplexer


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analog multiplexer

[′an·əl‚äg ′məl·tə‚plek·sər]
(electronics)
A multiplexer that provides switching of analog input signals to allow use of a common analog-to-digital converter.
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The inputs of the analog multiplexer and of the ADC accept voltages in the range of 0 / +5V ([AV.sub.REF-] = 0V, [AV.sub.REF+] = 5V), supplied by the block for adapting signals.
As it is shown, an OAX (where X is used to indicate which OA module is being discussed), several analog multiplexers, a resistor ladder, and other resources compose each OAM.
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Intended for use in precision instrumentation, Vishay, Intertechnology's DG Series of analog multiplexers and switches have leakage currents ranging from 0.25 nA to 5 nA.
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