LC filter


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LC filter

[¦el¦sē ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
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Analysis on output LC filters for PWM inverters, in Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference, 2009.
The KVA21's optimized monolithic LC filter also offers higher reliability and complies with the RoHS directive.
The KVA16's optimized monolithic LC filter also offers higher reliability, which is suitable for volume production, and complies with the RoHS directive.
Additional features include compliance to the basic insulation requirements of EN60950, remote ON/OFF, no minimum-load operation, and an on-board input-differential LC filter.
Each device uses single-ended outputs, only requiring a single pair of MOSFET devices and a single LC filter contributing to the architecture's low cost.
In addition, the LC filter protects the IC against arcing, eliminating the need for additional protection devices.
The chip incorporates two high-speed 6-bit A/D converter channels, a QPSK (quadrature phase-shift keying) demodulator with roll-off digital filter for multi-symbol rate and automatic regeneration/recovery of the clock and carrier with reduced external LC filter requirements.
CMD's Praetorian I devices, originally introduced in February, 2005, were the first LC filters designed for handset applications and still offer the highest level of filter performance available in the marketplace.
The super tuners of old would have had RF stages with twice as many tunable LC filters and sophisticated modifications to the active RF stages to ensure a strong undesired signal does not interfere with the weaker target signal.
Product lines include capacitors, inductors, ferrite beads, EMI filters, surge absorbers, resistors, thermistors, piezo products, ferrite cores and magnets, resonators and LC filters, and functional modules.
These highly integrated video filter/drivers were designed as an alternative to discrete solutions by replacing passive LC filters and drivers for board space savings of up to 50%.