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Numéro de pièce LM1972
Description  Pot 2-Channel 78dB Audio Attenuator with Mute
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Application Information (Continued)
TABLE 1. LM1972 Micropot Attenuator
Register Set Description (Continued)
Data Register (Byte 1)
1111 1110
100.0 (Mute)
1111 1111
100.0 (Mute)
The µPot’s digital interface is essentially a shift register,
where serial data is shifted in, latched, and then decoded. As
new data is shifted into the DATA-IN pin, the previously
latched data is shifted out the DATA-OUT pin. Once the data
is shifted in, the LOAD/SHIFT line goes high, latching in the
new data. The data is then decoded and the appropriate
switch is activated to set the desired attenuation level for the
selected channel. This process is continued each and every
time an attenuation change is made. Each channel is up-
dated, only, when that channel is selected for an attenuator
change or the system is powered down and then back up
again. When the µPot is powered up, each channel is placed
into the muted mode.
Each channel of a µPot has its own independent resistor lad-
der network. As shown in
Figure 8, the ladder consists of
multiple R1/R2 elements which make up the attenuation
scheme. Within each element there are tap switches that se-
lect the appropriate attenuation level corresponding to the
data bits in
Table 1. It can be seen in Figure 8 that the input
impedance for the channel is a constant value regardless of
which tap switch is selected, while the output impedance
varies according to the tap switch selected.
The µPot’s digital interface section is compatible with either
TTL or CMOS logic due to the shift register inputs acting
upon a threshold voltage of 2 diode drops or approximately
The DATA-OUT pin is available for daisy-chain system con-
figurations where multiple µPots will be used. The use of the
daisy-chain configuration allows the system designer to use
only one DATA and one LOAD/SHIFT line per chain, thus
simplifying PCB trace layouts.
In order to provide the highest level of channel separation
and isolate any of the signal lines from digital noise, the
DATA-OUT pin should be terminated througha2k
Ω resistor
if not used. The pin may be left floating, however, any signal
noise on that line may couple to adjacent lines creating
higher noise specs.
FIGURE 7. Serial Data Format Transfer Process
FIGURE 8. µPot Ladder Architecture

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