MAX4315 Maxim, MAX4315 Datasheet - Page 13

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MAX4315

Manufacturer Part Number
MAX4315
Description
The MAX4310–MAX4315 single-supply mux-amps combine high-speed operation, low-glitch switching, and excellent video specifications
Manufacturer
Maxim
Datasheet

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All parts feature a low-power shutdown mode that is
activated by driving the SHDN input low. Placing the
amplifier in shutdown mode reduces the quiescent sup-
ply current to 560µA and places the output into a high-
impedance state, typically 35kΩ. By tying the outputs of
several devices together and disabling all but one of
the paralleled amplifiers’ outputs, multiple devices may
be paralleled to construct larger switch matrices.
For MAX4310/MAX4311/MAX4312 application circuits
operating with a closed-loop gain of +2V/V or greater,
consider the external-feedback network impedance of
all devices used in the mux application when calculat-
ing the total load on the output amplifier of the active
device. The MAX4313/MAX4314/MAX4315 have a fixed
gain of +2V/V that is internally set with two 500Ω thin-
film resistors. The impedance of the internal feedback
resistors must be taken into account when operating
multiple MAX4313/MAX4314/MAX4315s in large multi-
plexer applications. For normal operation, drive SHDN
high. If the shutdown function is not used, connect
SHDN to V
Figure 2. Logic-Low Input Current vs. V
Figure 3. Circuit to Reduce Logic-Low Input Current
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Multichannel, Video Multiplexer-Amplifiers
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50 100 150
LOGIC-LOW THRESHOLD (mV ABOVE V
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IN-
IN+
Low-Power Shutdown Mode
MAX431_
High-Speed, Low-Power, Single-Supply
LOGIC INPUT
200 250
SHDN, A0, A1, A2
10kΩ
300 350
IL
( SHDN , A0, A1, A2)
400 450
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500
The MAX4310–MAX4315 have very high bandwidths and
consequently require careful board layout, including the
possible use of constant-impedance microstrip or
stripline techniques.
To realize the full AC performance of these high-speed
amplifiers, pay careful attention to power-supply bypass-
ing and board layout. The PC board should have at least
two layers: a signal and power layer on one side, and a
large, low-impedance ground plane on the other side.
The ground plane should be as free of voids as possible,
with one exception: the feedback (FB) should have as low
a capacitance to ground as possible. Therefore, layers
that do not incorporate a signal or power trace should not
have a ground plane.
Whether or not a constant-impedance board is used, it is
best to observe the following guidelines when designing
the board:
1) Do not use wire-wrapped boards (they are too
2) Do not use IC sockets; they increase parasitic
3) Keep signal lines as short and straight as possible.
4) Observe high-frequency bypassing techniques to
5) Use surface-mount components. They generally
Figure 4. Logic-Low Input Current vs. V
Resistor
inductive) or breadboards (they are too capacitive).
capacitance and inductance.
Do not make 90° turns; round all corners.
maintain the amplifier’s accuracy and stability.
have shorter bodies and lower parasitic reactance,
yielding better high-frequency performance than
through-hole components.
Layout and Power-Supply Bypassing
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50 100 150
LOGIC-LOW THRESHOLD (mV ABOVE V
200 250
300 350
IL
with 10kΩ Series
400 450
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500
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