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3 - Filtering for EMC
Provides 1.5 hours towards CPD
This module helps design and product engineers understand better how filters work, some of the issues concerned with their design and implementation.
Module is 84 slides over 42 pages.
1) Filtering is not ‘black magic’
2) How filters work
3) The advantages of soft ferrites
4) CM filtering
5) Specifying filters
6) Real-life problems with resonances, inductors, and capacitors
7) Earth leakage currents and safety
8) Filter construction, mounting, and cabling
9) The synergy of filtering and shielding
10) Some useful references
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