- Posted by doEEEt Media Group
- On August 12, 2021
Despite all the advances in electronics, the challenge of electromagnetic interference (EMI filtering) persists. As switching frequencies increase, the electronic emissions also increase in frequency. Those higher harmonics may sometimes be lower in magnitude, but they can still cause problems for the increasingly sensitive devices.
In this webinar, KEMET’s Attilio Zuccaro (Field Application Engineer, South EMEA) discusses EMI sources and the proper countermeasures for EMI.
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