Ferrite Beads and Chips

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Questions with Ferrite Beads and Chips

  • Ask: Where do you place ferrite beads?

    Answer: Ferrite beads are passive electronic components that can suppress high frequency signals on a power supply line. They are normally placed around a power/ground line pair that is incoming to a particular device, such as the power cord for your laptop.

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  • Ask: What are ferrite beads used for?

    Answer: A Ferrite bead or ferrite choke is used to attenuate high-frequency electromagnetic interference (EMI) in a circuit. It works like a low pass filter that allows only low frequency signals to pass through a circuit and eliminates the high-frequency noise.

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  • Ask: Are ferrite beads necessary?

    Answer: There are generally two possible reasons that a ferrite bead might be included on all a cable. The first is prevent the cable from acting is a transmitting antenna, the second is to prevent it from acting as a receiving antenna. ... The ferrite bead can help prevent the generation of unwanted radio transmissions.

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  • Ask: What is the difference between ferrite bead and inductor?

    Answer: Inductors tend to have more limited high frequency application because their self resonant frequency is low. A ferrite bead however is engineered to attenuate higher frequencies, and generally behaves more like an inductor with a higher self resonant frequency and a low Q.

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