High current noise suppression filters target speakers

High current noise suppression filters target speakers

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The new multilayer filters have a compact footprint of just 1.6×0.8mm and an insertion height of just 0.6mm and are able to suppress noise at cellular frequencies from 1 GHz and Class D amplifier noises and ensure high attenuation quality. They offer rated currents of 3.2 and 2.3A, respectively, and low DC resistances of typically just 0.021 and 0.045 Ω. Their impedance at 900 MHz is 120 and 200 Ω, respectively. Thanks to their low DC resistance and high rated current of more than 2A, the new components are especially suitable for smart speakers and external speakers for tablets that require power levels of 2 W or higher as well as for headphones and microphones. Mass production began in December 2019.

The MAF series, including the new MAF1608GAD-L types, use a low-distortion ferrite material, which very effectively suppresses noise. These filters in the speaker line thus significantly improve reception sensitivity and solve the problem of sound quality degradation that occurs when using conventional chip beads.


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