The process of delivering one or more analogue or digital signals over a single transmission line at various rates of speed is known as multiplexing, and the multiplexer is the tool that we employ to carry it out.
The multiplexer, often known as a “MUX” or “MPX,” is a combined logic circuit that enables the use of a control signal to switch one of numerous input lines through to a single common output line.
Multiplexers connect or regulate numerous input lines known as “channels” one at a time to the output in a manner similar to that of highly quick acting multiple position rotary switches.
Analogue multiplexers employ transistors, MOSFETs, or relays to switch one of the voltage or current inputs through to a single output, while digital multiplexers use high-speed logic gates to switch digital or binary data.
The Global Signal Switching Multiplexers market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The 180V, 16-Channel, Analog Switch Multiplexer for Ultrasound Applications was released by MPS.
The PS508 and PS509 analogue multiplexers, which can switch signal levels up to 36V in an industrial setting, were recently introduced by Diodes Incorporated.
The industrial IoT (IIoT) applications requiring many sensors, such as factory automation and process control, battery monitoring systems, and test and measurement equipment, will be supported by the high voltage capability of the devices.
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