This TI Precision Labs training video provides an overview of the on-resistance and on-capacitance parameters of multiplexers. It explains how on-resistance can cause gain error and non-linearity, as well as how on-capacitance can affect settling behavior of multiplexers.
This TI Precision Labs training video provides an overview of leakage current and charge injection. It explains how leakage current can cause offset errors in high input impedance data acquisition systems and how charge injection introduces output voltage error when multiplexer switches are turned on or off.
This TI Precision Labs training video provides an overview of multiplexer electrical overstress conditions. The goal of this series is to understand what causes electrical overstress damage as well as some methods for protecting against the damage using external components. The multiplexer highlighted in this video series is the MUX36S08.
This TI Precision Labs training video provides an overview of multiplexer bandwidth, channel-to-channel crosstalk, off-isolation, and THD+Noise specifications. It first explains how these parameters are defined and measured, and then it explores how device-related factors can affect these parameters and limit multiplexer performance.
TI Precision Labs is the electronics industry’s first comprehensive online classroom for analog engineers. The on-demand curriculum pairs theory and applied lab exercises to deepen the technical expertise of experienced engineers and accelerate the development of those early in their career. This free modular curriculum includes more than 40 hands-on training and lab videos, covering analog amplifier design considerations with online course work.