Triple and Quad, 2:1 Video Multiplexer-Amplifiers with Fixed and Settable Gain

Triple and Quad 2:1 Video Multiplexer-Amplifiers with Fixed and Settable Gain

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The MAX4023–MAX4026 family of voltage feedback multiplexer-amplifiers combine low-glitch switching and excellent video specifications with fixed or settable gain. The MAX4024/MAX4026 are triple and quad 2:1 multiplexers, respectively, with amplifiers that have a fixed gain of +2. The MAX4023/MAX4025 are triple and quad 2:1 multiplexers, respectively, with adjustable gain amplifiers optimized for unity-gain stability. All devices have 25ns channel switching time and low 10mVP-P switching transients, making them ideal for high-speed video-switching applications. These devices operate from a single +4.5V to +11V supply or from dual supplies of ±2.25V to ±5.5V, and feature an input common-mode voltage range that extends to the negative supply rail. A low-power disable mode places the output in a high-impedance state.

The MAX4023/MAX4025 have -3dB bandwidths of 260MHz and up to 330V/µs slew rates with a settable gain to equalize long cable runs. The MAX4024/MAX4026, with 200MHz -3dB bandwidths and 363V/µs slew rates, have a fixed gain of +2 for driving short back-terminated cables. The MAX4023/MAX4025 internal amplifiers maintain an open-loop output impedance of only 18Ω over the full output voltage range, and minimize the gain error and bandwidth changes under loads typical of most rail-to-rail amplifiers. These devices are ideal for broadcast video applications with differential gain and phase errors of 0.07% and 0.07°, respectively.
MAX4023, MAX4024, MAX4025, MAX4026: Pin Configuration MAX4023, MAX4024, MAX4025, MAX4026: Pin Configuration Enlarge+

Key Features

  • Single +5V or Dual ±5V Operation
  • 260MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4023/MAX4025)
  • 200MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4024/MAX4026)
  • 363V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4024/MAX4026)
  • 25ns Channel Switching Time
  • Ultra-Low 20mVP-P Switching Transient
  • 0.012%/0.05° Differential Gain/Phase Error
  • Input Common-Mode Range Includes Negative Rail (MAX4023/MAX4025)
  • Low-Power Disable Mode
  • Available in Space-Saving 14-Pin TSSOP and 16-Pin QSOP Packages


  • Broadcast Video
  • In-Car Navigation/Entertainment
  • Notebook Computers
  • Security Systems
  • Servers
  • Set-Top Boxes
  • Video Crosspoint Switching
  • Video Projectors
Product Reliability Reports: MAX4023.pdf 
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Note : The failure rates are summarized by technology and mapped to the associated material part numbers. The failure rates are highly dependent on the number of units tested.

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