Signal Noise Cancelling Tech:

Updated: Dec 5, 2020

Signal Noise Cancelling Tech:


Ferrite is a high-permeability material infiltrated with one or more other metals such as magnesium, zinc, nickel, and sintered at 2000 °C. In the low-frequency range, the ferrite's anti-interference magnetic core shows very low inductance. The impedance value does not affect the transmission of the primary signals on the data-line or signal-line. In the high-frequency band, starting from about 10MHz, the impedance increases. Its inductive component remains small, but the resistive component increases rapidly. When high-frequency energy passes through the magnetic material, the resistive component will convert this energy to heat energy and dissipates it. In this way, a low-pass filter is formed, which greatly attenuates high-frequency noise signals, while the impedance to the low-frequency's primary signal is at the minimum, and does not affect the normal operation of the circuit.


Principle: Add a magnetic iron ring to the wire to form an inductance, passing low frequencies and blocking high frequencies.

Interference is generally sudden, with more high-frequency components, inductance can attenuate high-frequency, and pass the low-frequency, so it can achieve the effect of anti-interference, hence signal noise cancelation.


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