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  • Noise Suppression of Differential Signals
    . As. the electrical signal leaves the encoder, it is "clean" of electrical noise. However, by the time the signal. reaches its intended counter, PLC, etc., it is degraded and may not be "clean" enough for the system to. work properly.
  • Medical Device Link . Stopping Noise Before It Starts Common-mode currents on printed wiring boards can be controlled through simple design concepts.
    , the common-mode currents were frequently not even related to the signal frequencies in the culprit cables and when they did match, emission magnitude far exceeded the values that could be related to the signals. It wasn't until the 1980s that ground-plane noise was identified as the source
  • Broadcast FM Radio Tuner for Portable Applications
    measurement. Programmable de-emphasis (50/75 µs). Adaptive noise suppression. Volume control. Line-level analog output. 32.768 kHz reference clock. 2-wire and 3-wire control interface. 2.7 to 5.5 V supply voltage. Integrated LDO regulator allows direct connection to battery. 3 x 3 mm 20-pin QFN package
  • MICRO: Prod Tech News
    inspection modes, the systems can be used in a variety of process applications for both logic and memory production. They also have effective pattern-filtering and noise-suppression capabilities, which provide improved defect-signal capture on critical etch layers in memory applications. (Semicon West
  • Medical Device Link .
    A dc motor offers a service life of 3000 hours continuous duty (sintered bronze bearing version) and produces low noise. The 42-mm-diam unit is rated at a maximum 50-W usable power (at 2000 rpm). It also meets current EMC standards and will meet EN 55011 with the addition of an interference
  • Cartridge Brush Design For DC Motors and Gearmotors
    a specially designed cartridge and utilizing torsion springs to ensure desired even force over the life of a motor. Cartridge brush housings also can serve as an ideal location for passive components for EMI suppression. The cartridge design allows these components to be placed closest to the noise
  • Cartridge Brush Design for DC Motors and Gearmotors
    to the noise source where they will prove most effective.

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