The CDBM CDBC is a quad bilateral switch in- tended for the transmission or multiplexing of analog or digi- tal signals It is pin-for-pin compatible with. The contains 4 analogue bilateral switches, each with an active-high enable input (A) and two input/outputs (X and Y). When the enable input is set high. Page 1. Data sheet acquired from Harris Semiconductor. SCHS Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Texas Instruments and its.

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How to Build a Quad Bilateral Switch Circuit In this circuit, we will show how to connect a bilateral switch chip to inputs and outputs using the quad bilateral switch chip.

The control terminal enables the input to go to output.

The most common waveform is a sine wave. Each switch also has a control or enable terminal. So current can flow in one direction and the other direction, depending on which side is the input.

When pressed down, the pushbutton makes the signal HIGH. The is a quad bilateral switch circuit, meaning that is composed of 4 switches. Each switch has an input, output, and control terminal.

The really functions as an analog switch. To the inputs of the 2 switches, we feed an analog signal. This establishes sufficient power to the chip. The has a wide operating voltage of 5VV. One place it can be obtained is at Taydaelectronics at the following link: The quad bilateral switch chip is a chip that is made up of 4 switches. In this circuit, we will show how to connect a bilateral switch chip to inputs and outputs using the quad bilateral switch chip.


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The pinout of the chip is shown below. A bilateral switch is so called because datasheeg switch can operate forward or reverse. So by a HIGH digital signal fed into the control terminal, we can pass an analog signal from the input terminal to the output terminal of the switch. V DD and ground, pins 14 and 7, are the power pins.

What this means is we feed an analog signal into the input of the switch and it reaches the output only if a HIGH cdd4066 signal is fed into the control or enable terminal. In this circuit, we will show the basic functionality of the chip by passing analog signals through 2 of the switches by digital control.

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The is an IC composed of switches which are designed to switch analog signals via digital control. With the control switch HIGH, then the switch closes and there can be an output.

If the pushbuttons are not pressed down, then no signal will appear at the outputs. The switches are labeled from 1 to 4. You can view the control terminal as the signal which closes the switch so that the input signal can cross over to the output. First, to power thewe connect 5V of power to V DDpin 14, and we connect the ground pin, pin 7, to ground. For this oc, we are only going to be using 2 of the dafasheet switches.


Each switch has a single input and a single output terminal. The datasheet for the can be found at the following link: To the control terminals of the 2 switches, we connect datashest pull-down resistor pushbutton circuit.

It can be obtained cheaply at a number of online electronic retailers. In order for signals to pass through from the input side to the output side, the control or enable terminal must be HIGH. The is a pin chip. A bilateral switch acts as a single pole, single throw switch. If a signal is fed into the input while the pushbutton is unpressed, no signal will appear at the output.

Applying these principles, you can easily see how to dd4066 all 4 switches if wanted. As the quad term implies, the is composed up of 4 switches.