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Reed Relays Capable of Switching Low Micro-Volts Signals

Authored on: Sep 17, 2009 by John Beigel

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As electronic components continue their downward size spiral, their capabilities are ever increasing. Accompanying this, chip line widths are narrower than ever giving rise to unwanted small voltage or leakage currents, which may give rise to signal errors. Several applications have risen requiring the capability of discerning very low signal levels and the need to make the measurements of these low level voltages and currents. Scanner systems, Data Acquisition Systems, DMMs, Multifunctional Instruments, and ATE systems represent a few electronic systems requiring the need for low voltage measurements and the means of switching their small signals. Reed Relays are the best solution for switching low offset voltages.

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