Worst Design Practices for Controlling EMC Problems

February 2, 2021

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Worst Design Practices for Controlling EMC Problems

By Eric Bogatin


Following best design practices for controlling EMI will increase your chance of success in your next design. But, sometimes knowing what not to do is just as important. Read on to get some advice from Todd Hubing as recounted by SIJ technical editor, Eric Bogatin.


Preamplifier Options for Reducing Cable-Braid Loop Error

By Istvan Novak

From the Archives

When measuring low impedance with the two-port shunt-through configuration, we potentially create an error due to the resistance of cable braids. This error can be reduced or eliminated by using appropriate preamplifiers. There are professional preamplifiers on the market that do a great job reducing the cable braid error. If you want to experiment with your own circuit, this article will help you.


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Spectrum’s “Generator & Digitizer in One Box” Gets 8 High-Speed Variants


Spectrum Instrumentation extends its range of hybridNETBOX products with the addition of eight high-performance models. The hybridNETBOX is an advanced instrumentation platform that combines a multi-channel arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) and a digitizer in a single portable unit.


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A Holistic Power Integrity Approach Reduces Board Spins, Supports System Analysis and Reduces VRM Modeling Effort

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