It contains an 8 channels analog multiplexer allowing acquiring information from 8 analog signal sources.
What does AM stand for?
AM stands for Analog Multiplexer
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Further improving upon TI's legacy of developing high-end audio solutions, the TAS3308 integrates an analog multiplexer and stereo analog-to-digital converter (ADC) along with a high-performance digital audio processor and six Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) output channels.
For example, the new device can integrate a full-duplex UART, I2C, SPI, two 10-bit ADCs, and a 28:1 low-Ron analog multiplexer in a single chip, while competing devices require a multi-chip solution.
Many more devices are now in the process of being qualified, including analog switches, analog multiplexers, A-to-D and D-to-A converters, voltage converters/references and a variety of other key Maxim-based products.
The new device also complements other products from TI's broad audio product portfolio including line drivers, receivers, analog multiplexers, PurePath(TM) digital amplifiers and digital audio processors.
While the 42 cameras distributed among the primary and in termediate schools feed into SecureLink, they also transmit through analog multiplexers to time-lapse recorders.
Analog switches, analog multiplexers, and low-power transistors are fabricated by subcontractors in Dresden, Germany, and in Beijing.
For design engineers across the globe, Mouser's agreement with Intersil means faster access to Intersil's newest amplifiers, power modules, analog multiplexers, FET drivers, PWM controllers, interface ICs, switches and video ICs.