High-Speed, Low-Power, Single-Supply Multichannel, Video Multiplexer-Amplifiers

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The MAX4310–MAX4315 single-supply mux-amps combine high-speed operation, low-glitch switching, and excellent video specifications. The six products in this family are differentiated by the number of multiplexer inputs and the gain configuration. The MAX4310/MAX4311/MAX4312 integrate 2-/4-/8-channel multiplexers, respectively, with an adjustable gain amplifier optimized for unity-gain stability. The MAX4313/MAX4314/MAX4315 integrate 2-/4-/8-channel multiplexers, respectively, with a +2V/V fixed-gain amplifier. All devices have 40ns channel switching time and low 10mVp-p switching transients, making them ideal for video-switching applications. They operate from a single +4V to +10.5V supply, or from dual supplies of ±2V to ±5.25V, and they feature Rail-to-Rail outputs and an input common-mode voltage range that extends to the negative supply rail.

The MAX4310/MAX4311/MAX4312 have a -3dB bandwidth of 280MHz/345MHz/265MHz and up to a 460V/µs slew rate. The MAX4313/MAX4314/MAX4315, with 150MHz/127MHz/97MHz -3dB bandwidths up to a 540V/µs slew rate, and a fixed gain of +2V/V, are ideally suited for driving back-terminated cables. Quiescent supply current is as low as 6.1mA, while low-power shutdown mode reduces supply current to as low as 560µA and places the outputs in a high-impedance state. The MAX4310–MAX4315's internal amplifiers maintain an open-loop output impedance of only 8Ω over the full output voltage range, minimizing the gain error and bandwidth changes under loads typical of most rail-to-rail amplifiers. With differential gain and phase errors of 0.06% and 0.08°, respectively, these devices are ideal for broadcast video applications.
MAX4310, MAX4311, MAX4312, MAX4313, MAX4314, MAX4315: Typical Operating Circuit MAX4310, MAX4311, MAX4312, MAX4313, MAX4314, MAX4315: Typical Operating Circuit Enlarge+

Key Features

  • Single-Supply Operation Down to +4V
  • 345MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4311)
    150MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4313)
  • 540V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4313)
  • Low 6.1mA Quiescent Supply Current
  • 40ns Channel Switching Time
  • Ultra-Low 10mVp-p Switching Transient
  • 0.06%/0.08° Differential Gain/Phase Error
  • Rail-to-Rail Outputs: Drives 150Ω to within 730mV of the Rails
  • Input Common-Mode Range Includes Negative Rail
  • Low-Power Shutdown Mode
  • Available in Space-Saving 8-Pin µMAX® and 16-Pin QSOP Packages


  • 75Ω Video Cable Drivers
  • Broadcast Video
  • Flash ADC Input Buffers
  • High-Speed Signal Processing
  • Medical Imaging
  • Multimedia Products
  • Video Crosspoint Switching
  • Video Signal Multiplexing

See parametric specs for Video Muxes and Crosspoints (Buffered) (8)

Part NumberInputsOutputsBW
Slew Rate
Diff. Phase/ Gain
Off Iso.
@ -3dB0.1dB minSingleDualtyptypSee Notes
MAX4310 2128060554600.08/0.06-82 (10MHz)-95 (10MHz)1
SOIC (N)/8
$3.30 @1k
MAX4311 4345404300.08/0.06-60 (10MHz)1
SOIC (N)/14
$4.40 @1k
MAX4312 8265353450.08/0.06-52 (10MHz)1
SOIC (N)/16
$6.57 @1k
MAX4313 2150405400.03/0.09-95 (10MHz)2
SOIC (N)/8
$3.30 @1k
MAX4314 4127784300.03/0.09-60 (10MHz)2
SOIC (N)/14
$4.40 @1k
MAX4315 897463100.03/0.09-52 (10MHz)2
SOIC (N)/16
$8.11 @1k

Pricing Notes:
This pricing is BUDGETARY, for comparing similar parts. Prices are in U.S. dollars and subject to change. Quantity pricing may vary substantially and international prices may differ due to local duties, taxes, fees, and exchange rates. For volume-specific and version-specific prices and delivery, please see the price and availability page or contact an authorized distributor.

MAX4313EVKIT: Evaluation Kit for the MAX4310 and MAX4313

Technical Documents

App Note 5299 Selecting the Right CMOS Analog Switch
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