FSA1208: Low-Power, Eight-Port, High-Speed Isolation Switch

Description: The FSA1208 is a low-power, eight-port, high-speed...
  • The FSA1208 is a low-power, eight-port, high-speed switch. This part is configured as a single-pole, single-throw switch and is optimized for isolating a high-speed source, such as a DDR memory bus. The FSA1208 features an extremely low on capacitance (CON) of 6pF. Superior channel-to-channel crosstalk minimizes interference. The FSA1208 contains special circuitry on the A & B pins that allows the device to withstand an over-voltage condition. This device is also designed to minimize current consumption even when the control voltage applied to the /OE pin is lower than the supply voltage (VCC). Applications include port isolation and switching in DDR memory modules, portable cell phones, PDAs, digital cameras, printers, and notebook computers.
  • Features
  • Low On Capacitance: 6pF Typical
  • Low On Resistance: 15Ω Typical
  • Low Power Consumption: 1µA Maximum
  • 10µA Maximum ICCT over an Expanded Voltage Range (VIN=2.3V, VCC=4.3V)
  • Wide -3db Bandwidth: > 400MHz
  • Packaged in Space-Saving 20-Lead MLP (2.5x4.5mm)
  • 8kV ESD Rating; >16kV Power/GND ESD Rating
  • Low COFF Capacitance: 2.5pF Typical
  • Applications
  • Media Tablets
  • Storage & Peripherals
  • Mobile Handsets
  • Wireless LAN Card & Broadband Access
  • PMP/MP3 Players
  • Technical Documentation & Design Resources
    Availability and Samples
    FSA1208BQX
  • Status: Active
  • Compliance: Pb-free Halide free 
  • Description: Low-Power, Eight-Port, High-Speed Isolation Switch
  • Package Type: WQFN-20
  • Package Case Outline: 510CD
  • MSL: 1
  • Container Type: REEL
  • Container Qty: 3000
  • Inventory

  • Market Leadtime (weeks):4 to 8
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  • Specifications
  • Channels:
  • Number of Switches:
  • Configuration: SPST 
  • Icc Max (µA):
  • ron Max (Ω): 15 
  • VCC Min (V): 2.3 
  • VCC Max (V): 4.3 
  • Package Type: WQFN-20 
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