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System-Level ESD/EMI Protection Guide

Authored on: Sep 1, 2012 by Roger Liang

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System-level ESD protection can be implemented using discrete diodes or capacitors. However, in many applications, discrete solutions consume board space, complicate layout, and compromise signal integrity at high data rates. TI's ESD devices provide space-saving, cost-effective solutions to protect system interconnects from external ESD strikes while maintaining signal integrity.
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EugeneB Posted Aug 25, 2011

This is a TI marketing document with no significant technical information.

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Guru of Grounding Posted Sep 1, 2011

It's really a stretch to call this a "technical paper" ... it's more of an info-mercial without the info. Is there no shame among marketing people?

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YOGESH KUMAR Posted Sep 14, 2011

It is the most & comman problem in today electronics gadgets. We needs to overcome this problem. It is may be first steap from TI.

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