Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Electromagnetic Interference Filtering Reduces Errors in Precision Analog Applications

An often-overlooked problem in equipment using strain gages, transducer interfaces, and current monitors in medical, automotive, and industrial applications is high-frequency interference from external signals. This electromagnetic interference (EMI) can cause large dc offsets in precision analog circuitry through asymmetrical rectification of the RF signal in the input stages of an amplifier.


At 2:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please upload an english version.

At 4:20 PM, Blogger Analog Dialogue said...

Sorry about that. The English version is back.

At 2:55 AM, Anonymous Electromagnetic Compatibility said...

Electromagnetic Interference Filtering is very helpful to Reduces Errors in Precision Analog Applications.This post is very informative and usable for us.thanks for sharing post.


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