The ISL54210 IC has three modes of operation called audio mode, USB mode and Mute mode. The evaluation board contains standard audio and USB connectors to allow the user to easily interface with the IC to evaluate its functions, features, and performance in these modes of operation.
The ISL54211 TDFN IC is soldered onto the evaluation board. It is located in the center of the board and is designated as U1. The ISL54211 IC has three modes of operation called audio mode, USB mode and mute mode. The evaluation board contains standard Audio and USB connectors to allow the user to easily interface with the IC to evaluate its functions, features, and performance in the these modes of operation.
- Standard USB Connectors
- RCA Audio Input Jacks and Headphone Speaker Jack
- Convenient Test Points and Connections for Test Equipment
- MP3 and other Personal Media Players
- Cellular/Mobile Phones
- Audio/USB Switching
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