Low-capacitance TVS devices for high-frequency applications (David W. Hutchins)

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SPICE modeling can be used to build a more-effective protection network that provides both transient immunity and noise filtering.

Today's circuits and systems cannot be designed without consideration of industry standard requirements. Not only must the design engineer carefully weigh the effects that each component will have on the performance of the circuit or system, but the design must also meet electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) immunity requirements. A variety of options are available for EMC protection. This article addresses low-capacitance transient-voltage suppression (LCTVS) devices. LCTVS devices can provide simple, space-saving, cost-effective protection against EMC threats such as electrostatic discharge (ESD), electrical fast transients (EFT), and induced lightning.

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