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18.03.2019 (EMC Components, Electronics Insight)

Filter Attenuation Measurement Method Using Electrical Fast Transient Burst (EFTB) [Part 3 of 3]

In the final post in this blog series, we explain the common mode attenuation results, differential mode attenuation results, and EFTB test conclusions from our experiment in filter attenuation using electrical fast transient burst (EFTB).

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11.03.2019 (Meet Us Monday)

Meet Us Monday: Randall Gershon, Area Sales Manager, California USA

Meet Randall Gershon, Area Sales Manager in California.

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11.03.2019 (Building Bridges)

The Ultimate Wurth Electronics APEC Schedule

There's a lot happening during the week of APEC. Follow this schedule to know where and when to find Wurth Electronics.

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10.03.2019 (EMC Components, Electronics Insight)

Filter Attenuation Measurement Method Using Electrical Fast Transient Burst (EFTB) [Part 2 of 3]

In the second post in this blog series, we explain the measurement methodology and challenges faced during our experiment in filter attenuation using electrical fast transient burst (EFTB).

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07.03.2019 (Wireless Power, Electronics Insight)

Get Your Copy of the Brand-New Trilogy of Wireless Power

We noticed a need for a better understanding of wireless power, so we decided to step in and offer a solution: the brand-new Trilogy of Wireless Power, available in March 2019 from Wurth Electronics!

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04.03.2019 (EMC Components, Electronics Insight)

Filter Attenuation Measurement Method Using Electrical Fast Transient Burst (EFTB) [Part 1 of 3]

When Schneider Electric approached our team about the need to offer more information on electrical fast transient burst (EFTB) attenuation, we jumped at the chance. In this blog series, we’ll explain this collaborative effort between Rich Spangenberg from Schneider Electric and Jared Quenzer from Wurth Electronics.

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27.02.2019 (Wireless Power, Emerging Technology)

Announcing Our Newest Kit for Wireless Power: The 200W Development Kit

Our newest kit in the area of wireless power is now available: the 200W Wireless Power Development Kit! With this complete, ready-to-use kit, you can discover the advantages of wireless power technology for yourself and easily integrate it into your product design.

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25.02.2019 (Power Magnetics, Emerging Technology)

Learning Magnetics Just Became Fun with Our New TI-PML Buck Kit!

Thought learning magnetics was boring? Think again! Würth Elektronik has partnered with Texas Instruments to offer a new hands-on learning kit, the TI-PMLK Buck Würth Elektronik Edition kit.

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20.02.2019 (EMC Components, Power Magnetics, Electronics Insight, Emerging Technology)

Find the Right Component with REDEXPERT: The World’s Most Accurate AC Loss Model

Tired of trying to calculate AC losses for your power supply design? Why not use the world’s most accurate AC loss model, REDEXPERT?

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18.02.2019 (Meet Us Monday)

Meet Us Monday: Richard Brown, VP of Sales - Custom Magnetics Division, USA, California USA

Meet Richard Brown, VP of Sales - Custom Magnetics Division, USA in California.

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