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How ferrite beads can filter out EMI [Electronics]
posted March 25 2013 21:04.06 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is an excellent tutorial on how ferrite beads can attenuate high frequency interference into data or power lines, such as EMI. I encourage you to watch this video!

[Link: w2aew]

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