Cascading MUX's


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how do you cascade MUX's??
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SDH MUXs? The websites of leading manufacturers should give you steer; many had pretty good tutorials on this kind of thing last time I looked. Here's a Lucent link from which you may start:
http://www.lucent.com/products/solut...LOCL+1,00.html
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i mean digital circuit multiplexers

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Cascading MUX's


Originally posted by JasonJo
how do you cascade MUX's??
usually just connect the output of several MUXs to the input of another one. You get a bigger MUX (bigger I mean with more selection bits). But of course it finally depends on what are you trying to build.....


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