decoupling filter

decoupling filter

[dē′kəp·liŋ ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
One of a number of low-pass filters placed between each of several amplifier stages and a common power supply.
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Insulator materials with high dielectric constant (k) play a vital role in modern semiconductor devices and are used for insulating gates from channels in transistors and decoupling filter capacitor to protect microcircuits from unwanted noise.
2, with the edition of a decoupling filter, comprising of a resister R1 and the four capacitors marked C, that reduces the effect of induced EM interference in the electrical loop formed by the battery circuit.