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Part Number: ISO7842
what are the radiated emission levels of digital isolators? My customer has some customer specific product requirements which are much lower than EN 55016-2-3. The limit goes as low as 4dBµV/m for the range of frequency.
In reply to Anand Reghunathan:
could you please provide results for emissions testing on our digital isolators according to CISPR22 and CISPR25 standard?We would require frequency sweep up to 6GHz (limit goes as low as 4dBµV/m for the range of frequency).
In reply to Martin Grimmer:
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