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Ken9876
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Ken9876   7/21/2008 8:24:00 PM
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I've seen this information before but I can never figure out exactly how its supposed to be layed out. The picture of the PCB isn't clear enough. Is there a clear drawing of a PCB that shows how to do a "picket fence". Thanks.

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DPP   3/2/2008 12:48:35 AM
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I have results of a number of emc tests performed to support this article. If you have a specific question, send me an e-mail at dpetry@zmda.com and I will get back to you.

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DKS   1/3/2008 5:07:26 PM
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What data is available to support the claim? The picket fence principle may be effective for specific EMI issues, but seems to be touted as a fix-all solution.

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