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Part Number: TLV320AIC3104-Q1
My customer asking me about qualified level of electric field for this p/n.Where I can get required information?If this characteristic has not qualified, what TI can recommend for pass EMI tests. Required level of electric field - 100 V/m.
I think we don't have the spec data you are requesting, we will investigate if this information is available and will get back to you as soon as possible. As it is holiday season, the response could be delayed, we appreciate your comprehension.
-Diego Meléndez López Audio Applications Engineer
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Thank you for your patience during the holiday!
To be clear, are you asking about EMC radiated immunity field testing?
TI typically does not do emissions testing, because emissions can vary significantly depending on the system/layout etc... to keep emissions low we recommend following out layout guidelines in the datasheet, and filtering out of band noise on the device outputs as described in this application note. EMI has not been a problem for the AIC310x devices, most of these recommendations are our typical low noise recommendations.
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