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Spread-spectrum clocking reduces EMI in embedded systems

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bwm85
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re: Spread-spectrum clocking reduces EMI in embedded systems
bwm85   8/4/2011 10:46:47 PM
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Rent or borrow a Tektronix RSA6000 or RSA5000 series spectrum analyzer, and look at your "Spread Spectrum" clock with it:)

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re: Spread-spectrum clocking reduces EMI in embedded systems
Sanjib.A   7/30/2011 3:10:50 PM
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I think there was a great deal of discussions on this conflict on the same topic about the benefits of spread spectrum clocking earlier :) http://www.eetimes.com/design/analog-design/4213529/Reducing-EMI-in-digital-systems-using-spread-spectrum-clock-generators--Part-1-of-2-a

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re: Spread-spectrum clocking reduces EMI in embedded systems
zeeglen   7/29/2011 10:14:46 PM
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Dead horse. Same as a cowpie, spreading does not reduce EMI.

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