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2001-01-01 Techniques for handling electromagnetic interference
This technology article focuses on the primary steps that engineers can take at the PCB level to control common-mode radiated EMI.
2001-05-14 Reduced electromagnetic interference (EMI) with the TMS320C24x DSP
This application note discusses how a designer can reduce EMI in digital motor control applications using Texas Instruments' TMS320C24x DSP controller.
2003-05-26 IEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards for Industrial Process Measurement and Control Equipment
This application note discusses the IEC standards for evaluating performance of industrial-process measurement and control instrumentation when exposed to electric or EMI.
2008-11-05 Clock oscillators meet FCC interference standards
SiTime has expanded into the electromagnetic compliance business with a family of MEMS electromagnetic interference products.
2013-05-30 Agilent enhances electromagnetic software for EMI compliance
EMPro 2013 introduces several enhancements that cover a broad range of applications and will
2008-08-28 Operational amps reject EMI, RF interference
National Semiconductor Corp. has introduced three operational amplifiers (op amps) with integrated EMI filters that maintain the accuracy of analog systems by reducing the effects of RF interference
2014-04-29 Dealing with interference in a crowded RF spectrum
Understand the concept of interference as it applies to cellular networks and broadcast television transmissions, and how the correct representation and diagnosis of the common causes of interference make it easier to fix
2005-08-11 X-EMI readies chips to cut EMI by 20 dB
A startup with roots in the network-processor company SiTera Inc. has demonstrated a unique solution to electromagnetic interference problems at a vertical EMI show in Chicago.
2011-09-01 Use spread spectrum clock generators for EMI reduction in digital systems (Part 1)
Spread spectrum clock generators can be used to manage and suppress EMI. However, designers must be aware of the tradeoffs that come along with it.
2005-11-29 Tyco's new input filter module helps meet EMI requirements
Tyco Electronics Power Systems released a new input filter module that provides a space efficient and cost effective solution to meet EMI limits mandated by various international agencies.
2005-03-24 Transformer targets medical apps
Signal Transformer expanded its M4L series of international power isolation transformers to include the 450VA rated M4L-1-4, M4L-2-4, and M4L-3-4 devices.
2015-03-24 Top 5 problems with programmable logic controllers
PLC's duties are crucial for complex processes. However, like most things in life, they can be both advantageous and disadvantageous. Read this article to discover what can possibly go wrong.
2012-09-14 Tips for cutting EMI in DC/DC converters
Find out how the layout of your DC/DC power supply can significantly affect the amount of EMI that it produces.
2005-03-15 Swivel adapters tout flexibility
The new swivel EMI adapters from Molex help mechanical designers and electrical engineers achieve the most EMI shielding, while adding greater flexibility and functionality to existing cable management systems.
2005-10-03 Startup tames EMI using spectral-diffusion scheme
X-EMI Inc. uses a method of spectral diffusion that modifies system clocks to reduce EMI from various sources.
2005-09-05 Smallest EMI filters save board space for wireless handsets
California Micro Devices said its new 0.4mm pitch CSP Centurion electromagnetic interference filters set a new price/performance standard for the industry.
2004-12-27 Single-chip solution addresses timing, EMI reduction in notebook PCs
Cypress announced sample availability of a single-chip solution that addresses the timing and EMI reduction requirements of notebook PCs.
2006-04-07 Semtech protection devices serve 3G/CMDA phones
Semtech's EClamp 237xP devices protect 3G/CMDA mobile phones from electrostatic discharge, increased levels of electromagnetic interference and radio frequency interference.
2013-01-02 Selecting scope for multi-lane MIPI M-PHY design
Understand the considerations in choosing the oscilloscope for validation of multi-lane M-PHY designs.
2012-04-19 Ruggedize USB connections for harsh environments
USB is not inherently rugged or reliable, but you can make it that way.
2006-10-09 Reducing Switcher EMI with Spread Spectrum Technology
High Performance Analog Solutions from Linear Technology
2010-11-25 Produce spread-spectrum clock in FPGA
Learn how to use Spartan-6 FPGAs to generate spread-spectrum clocks using the DCM_CLKGEN primitive.
2012-07-05 Prevent Hindenburg-level USB meltdown in harsh industrial environments
Learn how USB can suddenly go up in smoke, and what can be done to prevent it.
2011-10-27 Power tip: Role of common-mode currents in non-isolated power supplies
Read about the role of this "type" of current flow as an EMI source.
2014-01-13 Power tip: Minimise EMI from offline power supply
Know how to build a low-power, AC input adapter to meet EMI emissions without a common-mode inductor.
2014-09-03 Power tip: Benefits of synchronising power supplies
Should you synchronize switching frequencies or let each power supply switch independently? In this article, we explain why synchronizing makes for well-behaved power supplies.
2007-03-20 Paint protects in-building wireless data from hackers
EM-SEC Technologies announced it has developed a novel way to protect in-building wireless data from unauthorized incursions, block electromagnetic interference and reduce the threat of electronic eavesdropping.
2015-11-03 Optimising equalisation for FFE, CTLE, DFE
Know the significance of balancing cost and power against CTLE/Tx FFE and the number of DFE taps in a way that reduces ISI without amplifying crosstalk.
2002-06-21 Methode ships SFP EMI shield
Methode Electronics Inc.'s dataMate Products division has announced the release of the SFP EMI Cage that minimizes EMI radiation leakage in both copper and optical SFP transceivers.
2003-06-20 Meeting Conducted Noise Standards
This application note discusses a method on how to meet the FCC/VDE Class B conducted noise standard using industry-standard, high-density components.
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