WHITE PAPER: Achieve Cleaner Power Signals by Minimizing Common Sources of Noise

Oct. 20, 2008
Presented by Electronic Design and Agilent
Noise in low-level measurements can come from a number of different sources, including motors, office machines, power demands, and the switching supplies found in office equipment. It is possible to filter this noise at the load, but it is often easier to reduce or eliminate the noise before it reaches the DUT. Learn tips on what features to look for in the power supply, and how to minimize the noise in your test setup.
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