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App note: Method to reduce the output ripple & noise of power supplies

App note: Method to reduce the output ripple & noise of power supplies

Another app note from Aimtec on power supplies and how to minimize their output noises. Link here

The switching power supplies have the fundamental advantage of high efficiency i.e. low power dissipation when compared to linear voltage regulation. However, there exists an important consideration concerning the presence of ripple and noise at their outputs. If the ripple and noise are left unfiltered their levels may be sufficiently high to adversely affect other devices connected to the same power supply. Fortunately there exists methods to cost effectively reduce the impact of ripple and noise.

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