How to keep instruments accurate inside hot, noisy PCs

Packebush, Paul
April 2000
EDN Europe;Apr2000, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p75
Trade Publication
Discusses how to design stable, accurate measuring instruments inside noisy computers. Unfriendliness of the PC to sensitive analog circuits; Identification of key areas of trouble; Radiated and conducted electromagnetic interference.


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