"Rail-to-Rail Plus”™, 1% RON Flatness, 0.8 V to 5.25 V Analog Switches/Multiplexers

TS4100/01/02 Data Sheet
"Rail-to-Rail Plus"™, 1% RON Flatness, 0.8 V to 5.25 V Analog
Switches/Multiplexers
The TS410x family of analog switches and multiplexers consists of the TS4100 8-channel analog multiplexer, the TS4101 dual 4-channel analog multiplexer, and the TS4102
triple single-pole/double-throw (SPDT) switch. These switches are unique because they
can operate at supply voltages as low as 0.8 V while accepting input signal swings
above the supply voltage up to 5.25 V ("Rail-to-Rail Plus"™). The on-resistance variation
over the entire signal swing range is less than 1%, exhibiting excellent linearity and consistency in dynamic and measurement applications. With a supply current of only 675
nA, the TS4100-TS4102 family input and output leakage is less than 0.5 nA, both when
off and when on.
The TS4100-TS4102 are fully specified over the –40 °C to +85 °C temperature range
and is available in a low-profile, thermally-enhanced 16-pin 3.3 mm TQFN package with
an exposed back-side paddle. For best performance, solder exposed back-side paddle
to PCB ground.
Applications
• Low Voltage Battery-Operated Equipment
• Precision Measurement
• Analog Signal Processing
• Communication Circuits
• Audio Signal Routing
• Low-Voltage Data-Acquisition Systems
KEY FEATURES
• Low Supply Voltage Operation: 0.8 V to
5.25 V
• On-resistance of 80 Ω
• "Rail to Rail Plus"™ input/output voltages
can exceed the supply rails
• Guaranteed Low Off and On Leakage: ±0.5
nA
• Guaranteed Match Between Channels: 9 Ω
• Guaranteed <1% On-Resistance Variation
Across Input Voltage
• TS4100: 8-Channel Switch/Multiplexer
• TS4101: Two 4-Channel Switches/
Multiplexers
• TS4102: Three Single-Pole/Double-Throw
Switches (SPDT)
• Supply Current: 675 nA
• 16-Pin, Low-Profile, Thermally Enhanced 3
mm x 3 mm TQFN Package
Functional Block Diagrams
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Ordering Information
1. Ordering Information
Ordering Part Number
Description
Package
TS4100ITQ1633
8:1 analog multiplexer
TQFN-16 (3 x 3 mm)
TS4101ITQ1633
Two 4:1 analog multiplexers
TQFN-16 (3 x 3 mm)
TS4102ITQ1633
Three 2:1 SPDT analog switches
TQFN-16 (3 x 3 mm)
Note:
1. Adding the suffix “T” to the part number (e.g., TS4100ITQ1633T) denotes tape and reel.
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2. System Overview
The TS4100 is an 8-channel multiplexer with inputs NO0-NO7 and output COM. A channel can be selected via address pins ADDA,
ADDB, and ADDC.
The TS4101 is a dual 4-channel switch/multiplexer with two separate input banks: NO0A-NO3A and NO0B-NO3B with dedicated output
COMA and COMB, respectively. A channel can be selected via address pins ADDA and ADDB.
The TS4102 is a triple single-pole/double-throw (SPDT) switch. When ADDA, ADDB, or ADDC is set to a Low state, the output will be
NCA, NCB, or NCC, respectively. When ADDA, ADDB, or ADDC is set to a High state, the output will be NOA, NOB, or NOC, respectively. Refer to XREF DIGITAL I/O SETTINGS TABLE
Unlike similar switch/multiplexer devices, the TS4100-TS4102 input voltage is independent of the supply voltage. This allows the input
voltage to be greater than the supply voltage while maintaining a flat On-resistance vs. the VNO/VCOM curve. Refer to 3.1 Typical
Performance Characteristics for more information.
2.1 Applications Information
2.1.1 AC Performance Considerations
2.1.2 Off Isolation
Like all switch/multiplexer devices, the off-isolation of the device is measured when the device is off (see Figure 2.8 TS4100-TS4102
Charge Injection Test Setup on page 8). During the OFF state, part of the input signal couples to the output load. To maximize the
off-isolation, maximize your capacitive load and minimize your resistive load. The trade-off is that this can increase the insertion loss of
the device so it must be considered when designing a circuit. The insertion loss is measured when the switch/multiplexer is in the ON
state (see Figure 2.9 TS4100-TS4102 Off-Isolation Test Setup on page 9).
At 10 kHz, the off-isolation of the TS4100-TS4102 is approximately –88 dB. Refer to the Off-Isolation vs. Frequency plot in 3.1 Typical
Performance Characteristics.
2.1.3 Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
In audio and data acquisition applications, signal fidelity is of a concern. As a result, the THD parameter of the analog mux/switch becomes an important factor. Many current analog switch/mux devices on the market implement a design that allow for a large variation of
on-resistance as the input signal is changing. With 1% on-resistance variation over the entire signal swing, the TS4100-TS4102 design
minimizes THD. At 10 kHz, the TS4100-TS4102 exhibits a THD of 0.15% over the entire signal swing.
2.1.4 Bandwidth Considerations
The magnitude of the output resistive load and capacitive load has an impact on the bandwidth of the mux/switch. At dc or close to dc
input signals, a resistive load has the greatest impact where the output voltage is determined primarily by the voltage divider consisting
of the switch on-resistance and the output resistive load. To minimize the ON insertion loss, maximize the resistive load.
As the input frequency increases, the ac impedance of the circuit begins to have an impact on bandwidth of the mux/switch. To counter
this effect, minimize the load capacitance and any stray capacitance that may be present on the board. Also, ensure a board layout that
minimizes signal trace lengths.
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2.1.5 Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) with the TS4100
Analog signals can vary in amplitude and frequency especially when considering various taypes of sensors such as thermistors, strain
gauges, and photodiodes. To process the analog signals provided by the sensor, a stand-alone ADC such as a TS7001 or TS7003 can
be used. However, to take advantage of the resolution of the ADC, the analog signals must be scaled up to the maximum input voltage
range of the ADC.
One way to achieve this is by designing a 1.5 V non-inverting programmable gain amplifier (PGA) that incorporates a TS1005 operational amplifier and a TS4100 analog multiplexer as shown in the figure below. The gain can be changed from 2 to 8 via address pins
ADDA, ADDB, and ADDC.
With the TS4100 connected to ground, the on-resistance of the switch becomes part of the gain of the amplifier and needs to be acR1
counted for in the following gain equation: GAIN = 1 +
RGX + RON
where RON is 80 Ω (typ) and RGX is the resistor connected to the TS4100 input. Unlike other analog switches, the TS4100 on-resistance variation over the entire signal swing range is less than 1%. In this circuit, the corresponding gain variation is less than 0.03%
across all channels. This circuit accommodates an input signal bandwidth of 2.5 kHz to 10 kHz. Also, by connecting the TS4100 to
ground, internal switching spikes are minimized. Refer to 2.1.7 Charge Pump Effect Considerations.
Figure 2.1. Non-Inverting Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) with TS4100
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2.1.6 Switched-Capacitor Voltage Doubler with the TS4102 and TS3004 Timer
In portable applications, it is a common requirement for a battery to continue to supply power to a circuit when it has discharged to a
voltage unusable by other devices in the system. To address this, a simple voltage doubler can be designed using two SPDT switches
in a single TS4102 device and a TS3004 timer as shown in the figure below.
In this configuration, the TS3003 timer FOUT output provides a 200 Hz (50% Duty Cycle) clock signal to address pin ADDA and ADDB
that switches between 0 V and VDD. When the clock signal to the address pins ADDA and ADDB is 0 V, capacitor C1 is charged to
VSUPPLY. When the clock input is VDD, the charge in C1 is passed to C2 and effectively doubles the voltage at NOB to 2 x VSUPPLY.
Unlike other analog switches, the TS4102 allows the supply voltage to be independent of the common mode input voltage. In this configuration, the TS4102 allows the supply voltage to be independent of the common mode input voltage. In this configuration, the
TS4102 and the TS3004 can operate at a supply voltage range of 1.55 V to 5.25 V while the output voltage is 5 V with VSUPPLY = 2.5
V. With VDD = 1.55 V, the complete circuit consumes only 3 μA of supply current and can drive an output load of up to 48 μA (5% drop
at VOUT).
Figure 2.2. Switched-Capacitor Voltage Doubler with TS4102 and TS3004 Timer
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2.1.7 Charge Pump Effect Considerations
The on-resistance of a MOSFET is inversely proportional to the overdrive voltage in the region where MOSFETS are used as switches.
Conventional analog switch/multiplexers derive their overdrive voltage directly from the supply voltage and common mode input voltage; hence, the on-resistance varies with the supply voltage or common mode input voltage.
The TS4100-TS4102 maintains a flat on-resistance that is independent of the supply voltage or common mode input voltage. To achieve this, a charge pump scheme is implemented where a constant overdrive voltage is applied across the MOSFET. The charge pump
is refreshed at a period of 40 μs with a time period variation of up to 2X.
In applications where input and output impedance is high in the order of MΩs, transients generated by the charge pump can couple to
the input and output of the device. The pulse width of the spikes is 10-s of nanoseconds. The amplitudes of the spikes are independent
of the operating conditions, such as temperature, common mode input voltage and supply voltage.
The figures below show a scope capture of these spikes with an input/output impedance of 1 MΩ and 10 MΩ. With an input/output
impedance of 1 MΩ and 10 MΩ, the amplitude of the spikes is less than 200 μV and 500 μV, respectively.
If these spikes are of a concern in the application, placing a 500 pF capacitor to ground at the input or output will suppress the spikes.
Figure 2.3. Charge Pump Spike (RNO/COM = 1 MΩ)
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Figure 2.4. Charge Pump Spike (RNO/COM = 10 MΩ)
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2.1.8 Power-Up Sequence
To prevent permanent damage to the ADDA, ADDB, ADDC, and INH pin, the power supply voltage should be applied to the device first
followed by the voltage to ADDA, ADDB, ADDC, and/or INH. If it is not possible to follow this power-supply sequence, a 500kΩ resistor
can be placed in series with the digital I/O pins for protection as shown in the figure below. However, if an input voltage is applied before applying power to the switch/multiplexer, the device will not be damaged as the inputs are independent of the supply voltage.
Figure 2.5. Digital I/O Overvoltage Protection
Figure 2.6. TS4100-TS4102 Address/Enable Turn-On/Off Time Test Setup
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Figure 2.7. TS4100-TS4102 Break-Before-Make Test Setup
Figure 2.8. TS4100-TS4102 Charge Injection Test Setup
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Figure 2.9. TS4100-TS4102 Off-Isolation Test Setup
Figure 2.10. TS4100-TS4102 Insertion Loss Test Setup
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Figure 2.11. TS4101 Crosstalk Test Setup
Figure 2.12. TS4102 Crosstalk Test Setup
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Electrical Characteristics
3. Electrical Characteristics
Table 3.1. Recommended Operating Conditions1
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Units
5.25
V
105
Ω
135
Ω
90
Ω
130
Ω
1
%
1.5
%
9
Ω
–0.5
0.5
nA
–2
2
nA
–0.5
0.5
nA
–2
2
nA
–0.5
0.5
nA
–4
4
nA
Analog Switch
Analog Signal Range
VNO/C, VCOM
On Resistance
RON
On Resistance Flatness
RONFLAT
On-Resistance Match
Between channels
ΔRON
0
0.8 V ≤ VDD < 1.25 V
ICOM = 1 mA
TA = 25 ºC
1.25 V ≤ VDD ≤ 5.25 V
ICOM = 1 mA
TA = 25 ºC
0 V ≤ VNO/C ≤ 5.25 V
TA = 25 ºC
98
80
ICOM = 1 mA2,3
VDD = 5 V
2.25
VNO/C = 5 V
ICOM = 1 mA4
NO/NC Off-Leakage
Current
INO/NC(OFF)
VDD = 5.25 V
TA = 25 ºC
VNO/C = 0 V or 5.25 V
VCOM = 0 V or 5.25 V
INH = 5.25 V5
TS4100-TS4102
ICOM(OFF)
COM Off-Leakage
Current
VDD = 5.25 V
TA = 25 ºC
VNO/C = 0 V or 5.25 V
VCOM = 0 V or 5.25 V
INH = 5.25 V5
COM On-Leakage
Current
ICOM(ON)
VDD = 5.25 V, VNO/C =
VCOM = 5.25 V5
TA = 25 ºC
Digital I/O
ADDA/B/C, INH Input
Logic High
VIH
ADDA/B/C, INH Input
Logic Low
VIL
ADDA/B/C, INH Input
Leakage Current
IIH, IIL
0.6
VINH = VADDA/B/C = 0
or 5.25 V
–2
V
0.2
V
2
nA
Switch Dynamic Characteristics
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Parameter
Symbol
ADDA/B/C, INH TurnOn Time
tON
ADDA/B/C, INH TurnOff Time
tOFF
Break-Before-Make
Delay
tBBM
Conditions
Min
VDD = 5.25 V
RL = 5 kΩ, CL = 35 pF
Typ
Max
Units
7
9
µs
0.5
0.8
µs
6.5
8.2
µs
See Figure
2.6 TS4100-TS4102
Address/Enable TurnOn/Off Time Test Setup on page 7
VNO/C = 5.25 V
RL = 5 kΩ, CL = 35 pF
See Figure
2.7 TS4100-TS4102
Break-Before-Make
Test Setup on page 86
Charge-Injection
Q
VNO/C = 5.25 V, CL = 1 nF
10
pC
–87
dB
–77
dB
0.16
%
See Figure 2.8 TS4100-TS4102 Charge Injection Test Setup on page 8.
Off-Isolation
VISO
f = 10 kHz, VNO/C = 1 VRMS, RL = 100 kΩ, CL =
50 pF
See Figure 2.9 TS4100-TS4102 Off-Isolation
Test Setup on page 9.
TS4101,TS4102
Crosstalk
VCT
Total Harmonic Distortion
THD
f = 10 kHz, VNO/C = 1 VRMS, RL = 100 kΩ
See Figure 2.11 TS4101 Crosstalk Test Setup
on page 10 and Figure 2.12 TS4102 Crosstalk
Test Setup on page 10.
f = 10 kHz, VNO/C = 400 mVPP (500 mV Offset)
CL = 15 pF, RNO/C = RCOM = 600 Ω
Power Supply
Supply Current
IQ
VDD = 5.25 V
TA = 25 ºC
675
VNO/C = 0 or VDD
Supply Voltage
VDD
0.8
765
nA
950
nA
5.25
V
Note:
1. VDD = 0.8 V to 5.25 V; INH = GND unless otherwise specified; TA= –40 °C to +85 °C. Typical values are at TA = +25 °C; All
specifications are 100% tested at TA = +85°C. Specification limits over temperature (TA = TMIN to TMAX) are guaranteed by device
characterization, not production tested.
2. On-Resistance Flatness is defined by the following equation: (RON0.5V – RON5.25V / RON0.5V) x 100.
3. Tested at VNO/C = 0.5 V and VNO/C = 5.25 V and guaranteed by design from VNO/C = 0 V to VNO/C = 5.25 V.
4. ΔRON=RONMAX−RONMIN
5. Leakage parameters are guaranteed by correlation at TA = 25 ºC and are 100% tested at the maximum rated hot operating temperature.
6. tBBM = tON − tOFF. Not production tested.
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Electrical Characteristics
Table 3.2. Absolute Maximum Ratings1
Parameter
Symbol
Supply Voltage
Conditions
Min
Max
Units
VDD
–0.3
+5.5
V
Analog Signal Voltage
VNO/C, VCOM
–0.3
+5.5
V
Digital Signal Voltage
VADDA/B/C, VINH
–0.3
VDD + 0.3
Analog Peak Current
INO/C, ICOM
Continuous Power Dissipation
PD
TA = +70 °C2
±15
mA
1398
mW
Operating Temperature
–40
+85
°C
Storage Temperature
–65
+150
°C
+300
°C
Human Body Model
1000
V
Machine Model
200
V
Lead Temperature (Soldering,
10 s)
ESD Tolerance
Note:
1. Electrical and thermal stresses beyond those listed in this table may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress
ratings only and functional operation of the device at these or any other condition beyond those indicated in the operational sections of the specifications is not implied. Exposure to any absolute maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect
device reliability and lifetime.
2. Derate at 17.5 mW/°C above +70 °C.
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3.1 Typical Performance Characteristics
For the following graphs, VDD = 5.25 V, CL = 0 pF, RL = No load, INH = Low, unless otherwise noted. Values are at TA = 25 °C unless
otherwise noted.
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Pin Descriptions
4. Pin Descriptions
NO6
NO4
VDD
NO2
16
15
14
13
NO2B NO0B
16
15
VDD
NO2A
NCB
NOB
VDD
COMB
14
13
16
15
14
13
COM
1
12 NO1
COMB
1
12 NO1A
NOA
1
12 COMC
NO7
2
11 NO0
NO3B
2
11 COMA COMA
2
11 NOC
NO5
3
10 NO3
NO1B
3
NCA
3
INH
4
INH
4
INH
4
TS4100
9
7
5
6
NC
GND
TS4102
TS4101
ADDA
10 NO0A
9
5
6
NC
GND
8
ADDC ADDB
7
NO3A
10 NCC
9
5
6
NC
GND
8
ADDB ADDA
7
ADDA
8
ADDC ADDB
Table 4.1. Pin Functions
Pin
Pin Name
TS4100
1
TS4101
Function
TS4102
COM
8-channel switch/multiplexer output
COMB
4-channel switch/multiplexer "B" output
NOA
2
NO7
8-channel switch/multiplexer input.
NO3B
4-channel switch/multiplexer "B" input.
COMA
3
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "A" normally open input.
NO5
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "A" output.
8-channel switch/multiplexer input
NO1B
4-channel switch/multiplexer "B" input.
NCA
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "A" normally closed input.
4
INH
Enable digital I/O input. To enable the switch/multiplexer, connect to
GND. To disable, connect to VDD. Refer to the "Digital I/O Overvoltage
Protection" section of the data sheet.
5
NC
No Connect.
6
GND
7
ADDC
Ground. Connect this pin to the system's clean analog ground plane.
ADDC
ADDB
8
ADDB
ADDB
ADDA
9
ADDA
ADDA
NO3A
10
Address "C" digital I/O input. Refer to the "Digital I/O Overvoltage Protection" section of the datasheet.
Address "B" digital I/O input. Refer to the "Digital I/O Overvoltage Protection" section of the datasheet.
Address "A" digital I/O input. Refer to the "Digital I/O Overvoltage Protection" section of the datasheet.
4-channel switch/multiplexer "A" input.
NO3
8-channel switch/multiplexer input.
NO0A
4-channel switch/multiplexer "A" input.
NCC
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Pin
Pin Name
TS4100
11
TS4101
Function
TS4102
NO0
8-channel switch/multiplexer input.
COMA
4-channel switch/multiplexer "A" output.
NOC
12
NO1
8-channel switch/multiplexer input.
NO1A
4-channel switch/multiplexer "A" input
COMC
13
NO2
4-channel switch/multiplexer "A" input.
COMB
14
VDD
NO4
8-channel switch/multiplexer input.
4-channel switch/multiplexer "B' input.
NOB
NO6
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "B" normally open input.
8-channel switch/multiplexer input
NO2B
4-channel switch/multiplexer "B" input.
NCB
EP
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "B" output.
Power Supply Voltage Input. Bypass this pin with a 1μF cerarnic coupling
capacitor in close proximity to the TS4100-TS4102.
NO0B
16
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "C" output.
8-channel switch/multiplexer input.
NO2A
15
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "C" normally open input.
—
—
—
Single-Pole/Double-Throw Switch (SPDT) "B" normally closed input.
For best electrical and thermal performance, solder exposed paddle to
GND.
4.1 Digital I/O Settings
Table 4.2. Digital I/O Settings
INH
Address Bits
ADDC
TS4100
ADDB
ADDA
(TS4100 and
TS4102 Only)
COM
Output
TS4101
COMA
Output
TS4102
COMB
Output
COMA
Output
COMB
Output
COMC
Output
1
X
X
X
0
0
0
0
NO0
NO0A
NO0B
NCA
NCB
NCC
0
0
0
1
NO1
NO1A
NO1B
NOA
NCB
NCC
0
0
1
0
NO2
NO2A
NO2B
NCA
NOB
NCC
0
0
1
1
NO3
NO3A
NO3B
NOA
NOB
NCC
0
1
0
0
NO4
NO0A
NO0B
NCA
NCB
NOC
0
1
0
1
NO5
NO1A
NO1B
NOA
NCB
NOC
0
1
1
0
NO6
NO2A
NO2B
NCA
NOB
NOC
0
1
1
1
NO7
NO3A
NO3B
NOA
NOB
NOC
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5. Packaging
5.1 TS410x Package Dimensions
Figure 5.1. 3x3 mm 16-QFN Package Diagram
Dimension
Min
Nom
Max
A
0.70
0.75
0.85
A1
0.00
—
0.05
b
0.20
0.25
0.30
D
D2
3.00 BSC.
1.75
1.80
e
0.50 BSC.
E
3.00 BSC.
1.85
E2
1.75
1.80
1.85
L
0.30
0.35
0.40
aaa
—
—
0.05
bbb
—
—
0.05
ccc
—
—
0.05
ddd
—
—
0.10
Note:
1. All dimensions shown are in millimeters (mm) unless otherwise noted.
2. Dimensioning and Tolerancing per ANSI Y14.5M-1994.
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5.2 TS410x Top Marking
TS4100 Top Marking
Table 5.1. TS4100 Top Marking Explanation
Mark Method:
Laser
Pin 1 Mark:
Circle = 0.5 mm Diameter (Lower-Left Corner)
Font Size:
0.50 mm (20 mils)
Line 1 Mark Format:
Product ID
e.g., "T4100"
Line 2 Mark Format:
TTTT = Mfg Code
Manufacturing Code from the Assembly Purchase Order Form.
Line 3 Mark Format:
YY = Year
Assigned by the Assembly House. Corresponds to the year and
work week of the assembly release.
WW = Work Week
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Revision History
6. Revision History
Revision 1.0
February 24, 2016
• Initial external release.
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Table of Contents
1. Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2. System Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2.1 Applications Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.1 AC Performance Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.2 Off Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.3 Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.4 Bandwidth Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.5 Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) with the TS4100. . . . . . .
2.1.6 Switched-Capacitor Voltage Doubler with the TS4102 and TS3004 Timer
2.1.7 Charge Pump Effect Considerations. . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.1.8 Power-Up Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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