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Reduce power supply size with an integrated active EMI filter

Learn how an active EMI filter uses voltage sensing and current injection to minimize low-frequency conducted emissions and reduce passive EMI filter size by 50%.

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The industry’s first DC/DC buck controller with an integrated active EMI filter reduces conducted emissions and power supply size in automotive, industrial, and communications infrastructure applications.        

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Easy-to-use, low EMI 500-mW isolated bias power supply

The UCC12050 includes an EMI-optimized integrated transformer and enables engineers to shrink their power solutions by up to 80% in isolated industrial systems.

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Power more automotive ports. Reduce thermal and EMI challenges.

The TPS25850-Q1 is a dual-port, 3-A solution for USB Type-Câ and BC 1.2 ports. See how it achieves a 2.2-MHz switching frequency and a 37% reduction in solution size over competitive options.

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Utilizing Dual-Random Spread Spectrum to improve EMI performance

See how Dual-Random Spread Spectrum can also minimize filter size and cost, while leveraging the advantages of triangular and pseudo-random modulation to achieve excellent performance at high and low frequencies.        

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Package optimization – HotRodTM and Enhanced HotRod QFNTM

HotRod packages eliminate the need for bondwires. See how you can use our HotRod package technology in an appropriate layout to mitigate EMI issues, while additional HotRod enhancements like thermal pads can also reduce your solution size. 

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Time-saving and cost-effective innovations for EMI reduction in power supplies

This white paper examines electromagnetic interference (EMI) in switch-mode power supplies and provides technology examples to help you quickly and easily pass industry-standard EMI tests.

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Fundamentals of EMI requirements for an isolated DC/DC converter

This paper examines what to expect when designing for radiated and conducted emissions requirements, various ways to diagnose EMI, and how to mitigate it at the source through better switch-control schemes.  

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