Interface - Analog Switches, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers

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Questions with Interface - Analog Switches, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers

  • Ask: What is multiplexer used for?

    Answer: A Multiplexer is a device used to communicate by means of a medium with combination of multiple signals. A DE multiplexer is a process of separating multiplexed signals from transmission line. An electronic multiplexer is a multiple-input, single-output switch. MUX allows many signals to share one device.

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  • Ask: How does multiplexer work?

    Answer: The multiplexer, shortened to \u201cMUX\u201d or \u201cMPX\u201d, is a combinational logic circuit designed to switch one of several input lines through to a single common output line by the application of a control signal. ... The most basic type of multiplexer device is that of a one-way rotary switch as shown.

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  • Ask: What is i2c multiplexer?

    Answer: The i2c multiplexer enables you to use up to eight i2c module with the same address. It connect to the Arduino using the SDA and SCL pins and itself has the i2c address of 0x70, which can be changed by soldering some pads on the PCB (A0-A1-A3), or by sending HIGH or LOW signal to the corresponding pins.


  • Ask: How many transistors are required to build a 2 way multiplexer?

    Answer: The first multiplexer circuit consists of two transmission gates with complementary controls. The second circuit uses three nand gates plus an inverter and thus requires 14 transistors versus 6 transistors needed in the first circuit (an inverter is needed to generate the signal).

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