CMOS - CD4066, Quad Bilateral Switch, 14-Pin DIP
The CD4066B device is a quad bilateral switch intended for the transmission or multiplexing of analog or digital signals. It is pin-for-pin compatible with the CD4016B device, but exhibits a much lower on-state resistance. In addition, the on-state resistance is relatively constant over the full signal-input range. The CD4066B device consists of four bilateral switches, each with independent controls. Both the p and the n devices in a given switch are biased on or off simultaneously by the control signal. As shown in Figure 17, the well of the n-channel device on each switch is tied to either the input (when the switch is on) or to VSS (when the switch is off).
CMOS - CD4016, Quad Bilateral Switch, 14-Pin DIP
CD4016B Series types are quad bilateral switches intended for the transmission or multiplexing of analog or digital signals. Each of the four independent bilateral switches has a single control signal input which simultaneously biases both the p and n device in a given switch on or off. Features:
- 20-V digital or ± 10-V peak-to-peak switching
- 280- typical on-state resistance for 15-V operation
- Switch on-state resistance matched to within 10 typ. over 15-V signal-input range
- High on/off output-voltage ratio: 65 dB typ. @ fis = 10 kHz, RL = 10 k
- High degree of linearity: <0.5% distortion typ. @ fis = 1 kHz, Vis = 5 Vp-p, VDD–VSS
- Extremely low off-state switch leakage resulting in very low offset current and high effective off-state resistance: 100pA typ.