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steve_hageman
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re: Use a twist (and other popular wires) to reduce EMI/RFI
steve_hageman   7/1/2012 2:38:19 AM
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Well written and a fun read.

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re: Use a twist (and other popular wires) to reduce EMI/RFI
Haldor   5/11/2012 12:56:28 PM
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For even more immunity on analog signals use a low impedance interface like 4-20 mA. The input to a 4-20 mA receiver is typically terminated with a resistor between 50 to 500 Ohms. It takes one heck of a strong RF signal to have any noticable effect on a 50 ohm terminated input.

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