[volt-nuts] Micrel Ripple Blocker

Bob Paddock bob.paddock at gmail.com
Mon May 13 06:47:15 EDT 2013

On Sat, May 11, 2013 at 11:02 PM, Daniel Mendes <dmendesf at gmail.com> wrote:

> Seems that someone decided to put an active filter in a CI.... tried making
> this sort of circuit before but no luck.... i´ll buy some to see if a canned
> solution works better.


"Dr. Chris Gator explains Micrel's Ripple Blocker technology, and
provides a demonstration of how this noise-attenuating software works.
This video was produced at the APEC 2012 show in Orlando, FL. "

Says blocks ripple to 10 MHz most other regulators are specified at 10
or 100 kHz for PSRR.  Anyone know of where to find the full length
version rather than this intro?

Longer version:


"Micrel's Carlos Huerta explains Ripple Blocker, a power supply noise
attenuator from Micrel. This product reduces or eliminates power
supply noise that can interfere with all kinds of electronic
devices--from cellphones to GPS units, from medical scanning devices
to cameras."


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