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Subject: Re: Analog Switch vs Digital Switch
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Date: 02/11/01 at 6:28 PM
Posted by: John Dunn - Consultant
In Reply to: Analog Switch vs Digital Switch posted by Philip Zuk on 02/09/01 at 10:56 AM:
An "analog switch" would be a device like the DG412 and related parts, which are used to selectively open and close circuit paths for analog signals such as A/D converter outputs or audio, etc.
"Digital switch" is a term that covers a multitude of digital signal devices consisting mostly of logic gates.
John Dunn - President
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