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CD4067BMS and CD4097BMS CMOS analog multiplexers/ demultiplexers* are digitally controlled analog switches having low ON Impedance, low OFF leakage current, and internal address decoding. In addition, the ON resistance is relatively constant over the full input-signal range. The CD4067BMS is a 16 channel multiplexer with four binary control inputs, A, B, C, D and an inhibit input, arranged so that any combination of the inputs selects one switch. The CD4097BMS is a differential 8 channel multiplexer having three binary control inputs A, B, C and an inhibit input. The inputs permit selection of one of eight pairs of switches. A logic “1” present at the inhibit input turns all channels off.

Pineapple ONE

“32 bit RISC-V homemade In this article I will describe how I designed and made a functional 32 bit RISC-V CPU at home. Specifications: “Max” clock speed: 500 kHz Program memory: 512 kB RAM size: 512 kB VGA …

Multi-Touch Kit

“A Do-It-Yourself Technique for Capacitive Multi-Touch Sensing Using a Commodity Microcontroller Mutual capacitance-based multi-touch sensing is now a ubiquitous and high-fidelity input technology. However, due to the complexity of electrical and signal processing requirements, it remains very challenging to create …