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AN80994 - Design Considerations for Electrical Fast Transient (EFT) Immunity

Last Updated: 
Mar 03, 2021

AN80994 describes best practices for improving electrical fast transient (EFT) immunity in embedded system designs. 


This application note discusses the effects of electrical fast transients (EFT) on embedded controllers and recommends hardware and firmware techniques to mitigate them. This application note also explains a set of guidelines that a designer can use to build a system that is immune to such transients.

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