Many electronic circuits are exposed to high pulse loads. In some applications, these occur regularly, such as in pulse-width-modulated (PWM) devices. In others, pulses are incidental, but also inevitable—resulting from electromagnetic-interference (EMI) signals. Unfortunately, due to the increasing miniaturization or intrinsic limitations of electronic components, their pulse-load capability is often insufficient to withstand these pulse loads and they require protection...
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