noise suppression


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noise suppression

[′nȯiz sə‚presh·ən]
(electronics)
Any method of reducing or eliminating the effects of undesirable electrical disturbances, as in frequency modulation whenever the signal carrier level is greater than the noise level.
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This series is said to provide steep insertion loss characteristics that allow for noise suppression in the 800 MHz and higher frequency ranges.
Miller Magnetics' 2300 Series of High Current Toroid Inductors is designed for high-performance noise suppression in a variety of applications.
has announced the FBMH1608HL series of high-performance chip bead inductors, said to be the first devices on the market to provide both high impedance and high current operation for superior noise suppression in the gigahertz frequency range.
With a reduction in size from the 0603 package size to a 0402 package size, the BLM15H series can provide noise suppression in the GHz frequency range.
With a reduction in size from the 0603 package size to a 0402 package size, the BLM15H Series is said to be the smallest ferrite bead available on the market that can provide noise suppression in the GHz frequency range.