Active filters control EMI — save PCB space and enhance airflow

Supplied by Vicor Corporation on Wednesday, 09 February, 2022


The trend towards smaller devices with more functionality in smaller spaces continues unabated in the electronics industry. As spaces shrink, the potential for interference between devices increases as systems fit more functions in densely packed boards.

Learn about how active EMI filters, in contrast to passive solutions, can be packaged in a 1 x 1 x 0 in package and provide a low-profile surface-mount device. Discover how you can save valuable board real estate and optimise heat management.


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