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Optimizing Wide-bandgap Semiconductor Switches to Meet EMI Compliance

Authored on: Nov 1, 2018

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EMI compliance is becoming a major concern for advanced power electronics due to increasing switching speeds. Correlated time-frequency measurements help optimize gate driving and minimize electromagnetic emission already during development. Read this paper and gain insights about Rohde & Schwarz's solutions that supports everyday tasks of electrical engineers.


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