Considering Air Quality to Reduce the Risk of COVID Infection (Part 1)—Measuring CO2 Concentration to Visualize Air Quality and Ensure Proper Ventilation

For society to recover and progress in this post-pandemic era, we need to reduce the risk of infection at schools, offices, and other places where people gather. To achieve this, we must avoid the three Cs: closed spaces, crowded places, and close-contact settings. Toward that end, ventilation is especially important for preventing airborne infections. A new method of discerning and announcing the proper timing for ventilation is gaining attention: using CO2 sensors to visualize air quality.

  • CO2 sensors
  • Developer Interview
  • COVID-19
  • Sensors
  • Solution

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) Have Evolved into Smart Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) and Are Improving the Efficiency of Operations in Factories

We give an explanation here about new transportation methods that have evolved with the progress of AI and IoT that are being utilized in smart factories. In addition to the work time of each process, the transportation of works in progress between processes and the replenishment of parts and materials have a major impact on improving productivity overall in lines that perform variable-mix variable-lot production. The use of smart AMRs has expanded in place of AGVs and other conventional transportation means.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX
  • Robot
  • AI
  • IoT
  • Automated Driving

What Is the First Step to Converting a Regular Factory into a Smart Factory? Komoro Murata Manufacturing (Part 2)

In Part 2 of this article, we introduce initiatives on predictive maintenance and visualization of the equipment operating situation derived from realizations obtained in the EMS. We also look at the clues to cultivating an awareness to make improvements in the manufacturing site that forms the key to converting a regular factory into a smart factory.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX
  • IoT
  • Solution

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Noise suppression measures for differential interface--intrasystem EMC (electromagnetic compatibility)-- (2)

The second half of this article presents an evaluation of the noise picked up by a Wi-Fi antenna and the investigation into intrasystem EMC with an actual device. The evaluation and investigation show that the position to install a CMCC plays an important role in noise suppression measures for the intrasystem EMC.

  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Noise suppression measures for differential interface--intrasystem EMC (electromagnetic compatibility)-- (1)

In this article, we introduce suppression methods and their effects for noise issues due to the popularization of differential interfaces and of wireless communication modules. The first half of this article presents an evaluation of the noise picked up by a Wi-Fi antenna with a simple board.

  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

From Field Networks to TSN: The Evolution of Telecommunications Infrastructure in Factories

We give an explanation here about the industrial networks used to exchange a variety of data in smart factories while clarifying their differences with consumer network technology. We also touch on their evolution to meet new demands such as coordinating with corporate systems in addition to simply linking up systems and control devices.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

A Closer Look at Digital Twins, Virtual Factory Models that Expand the Potential of Their Real Counterpart

This article explores digital twins – models that reproduce the functionality, performance, conditions, and behavior of real-world equipment, production lines, and factories. Digital twins offer a glimpse of realistic future scenarios and can simulate an array of operating conditions so that optimal solutions can be found, enabling efficient, highly value-added factory operation.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX
  • AI
  • IoT

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

Business Model of the Manufacturing Industry: Changed by Mass Customization

We give an explanation here about mass customization – a production structure in which products with specifications needed by individual consumers are individually made one by one efficiently. Products are made individually by automating and optimizing the series of processes from grasping demand to product design, production preparations, production, and shipping using information technology (IT) and operation technology (OT). The utilization of 3D printers and other technologies is also boosting this evolution.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

What Is the Ideal Cell Production System Line that Responds Flexibly and Promptly to Variable-mix Variable-lot Production?

We give an explanation here about the optimization of variable-mix variable-lot production – a production structure that responds in a timely manner to the consumer market where diversification is progressing and trends are changing drastically. The application of IoT and smart robots is spreading to enhance the productivity of cell production system lines. Furthermore, expectations are also building for the utilization of AI and other technologies that predict the market environment and factory operating conditions.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX
  • IoT
  • AI
  • Robot

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

A Major Revolution in Maintenance: AI/IoT-Guided Predictive Maintenance that Prevents Downtime

As explored in this article, maintenance operations are a gateway to building smart factories. Predictive maintenance is taking off. By detecting symptoms of imminent equipment failure on production lines from slight vibration or other changes, manufacturers can take action before it's too late. This thinking can now be extended to proactive yield and quality management.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX
  • IoT
  • AI
  • Maintenance

Inside Story behind the Development of RFID Modules Embedded into Tires: Supporting the Creation of Innovation in the Tire Business through Close Cooperation with a Tire Manufacturer

Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has codeveloped a tough and small RFID module that can be embedded into tires through close cooperation with Michelin. This module will bring about innovation in the tire business by managing the usage situation over the entire life cycle of tires – from their production to their disposal.

  • RFID products
  • Automotive
  • CASE
  • IoT
  • Developer Interview

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

CPS: A Key Technology for Realizing Autonomous Smart Factories

A cyber-physical system (CPS), which is the core information system of future factories aiming to be smart factories, is built by concentrating together IoT, AI, big data analysis, industrial networks, and other advanced information technologies. It is an information system occupying the core in the implementation of digital transformation (DX) in the manufacturing industry that draws a clear distinction with mere process automation by conventional factory automation (FA).

  • Smart Factory
  • DX
  • IoT
  • AI
  • Solution

Smart Factories: Giving Form to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

From the Automation of Processes to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry

We give an explanation here about digital transformation (DX) in the manufacturing industry – business reform that utilizes digital technology in the manufacturing industry. The approach to business reform is gradually becoming more sophisticated with visualization, optimization, automation, and autonomy in DX in the manufacturing industry. The scope of the application of that is also expanding to systems, factories, companies, and supply chains.

  • Smart Factory
  • DX
  • IoT
  • Solution

Electronic Technology Supporting the Evolution of “Next Tech”

“Agri-Tech” Brings Out the Potential of Land and Crops

This article explains Agri-Tech, which enables the addressing of problems faced by agriculture and the creation of agricultural businesses with new value by utilizing IoT, AI, robotics, biotechnology, etc. This is a movement that will transform agriculture, where experience and skills influence results, into a rational data-driven industry.

  • Agriculture
  • AI
  • IoT
  • Robot

The lithium-ion batteries changing our lives

Part 4: What are solid-state batteries? An expert explains the basics, how they differ from conventional batteries, and the possibility of practical application.

Solid-state batteries have similar characteristics to lithium-ion batteries and are said to be the “next-generation batteries.” This article examines their characteristics, assumed applications, and challenges to practical application.

  • Li-ion batteries
  • All-solid-state batteries

A Look at the Current State of the Digital Healthcare Market, which is Expanding due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The travel restrictions and quarantine measures put in place by governments around the world in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in the expansion of the digital healthcare industry. At the same time, this has led to people becoming more aware of preventing the spread of infection, boosting their immune systems, and general health promotion, which means more attention is being paid to the digital healthcare solutions that have been made possible by the advances in DX and IoT.

  • Healthcare
  • Health Tech
  • Medical
  • IoT

Supporting the Realization of a Super-Smart Society: Murata Continues to Respond to the Demands of the Times

The super-smart society that has been the aim of Society 5.0 is coming. A super-smart society that materializes mega trends such as digital transformation (DX) and decarbonization will use greater quantities of more advanced electronic components than ever before to make full use of the latest communication and information processing technologies such as IoT, AI, and 5G. Norio Nakajima, President of Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., which has a responsibility to supply electronic components required by the times, talks about the company’s future role and the ways in which Murata will contribute to the creation of a sustainable society.

  • Smart City
  • DX
  • AI
  • IoT
  • 5G
  • SDGs
  • Co-Creation

Air Modification through Ions and Ozone Becoming a Globally Demanded Standard Feature of Consumer Electronics in the New Normal Era (Part 2)

Features for creating safe and clean living spaces have come to see strong demand in air purifiers and air conditioners due to the impact of novel infectious diseases. We therefore spoke with a manager who is involved with ionizers and ozonizers at Murata about the changes in air modification needs and the features that are desirable in ionizers and ozonizers. This discussion is part of a series of technology articles about Murata Manufacturing.

  • Ionizers
  • Ozonizers
  • Ions
  • Ozone
  • Ionissimo
  • Module
  • Developer Interview

Air Modification through Ions and Ozone Becoming a Globally Demanded Standard Feature of Consumer Electronics in the New Normal Era (Part 1)

Features for creating safe and clean living spaces have come to see strong demand in air purifiers and air conditioners due to the impact of novel infectious diseases. We therefore spoke with a manager who is involved with ionizers and ozonizers at Murata about the changes in air modification needs and the features that are desirable in ionizers and ozonizers. This discussion is part of a series of technology articles about Murata Manufacturing.

  • Ionizers
  • Ozonizers
  • Ions
  • Ozone
  • Ionissimo
  • Module
  • Developer Interview

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Service Robot Noise Suppression-3(3/3)

In contrast to robots used in factories, service robots enter people's living spaces, so advanced countermeasures are needed to handle malfunctions, etc. This section examines ways to handle malfunctions from the perspectives of both the problem of emission noise and immunity noise.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Robot

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Service Robot Noise Suppression-2(2/3)

In contrast to robots used in factories, service robots enter people's living spaces, so advanced countermeasures are needed to handle malfunctions, etc. This section examines ways to handle malfunctions from the perspectives of both the problem of emission noise and immunity noise.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Robot

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Service Robot Noise Suppression-1(1/3)

In contrast to robots used in factories, service robots enter people's living spaces, so advanced countermeasures are needed to handle malfunctions, etc. This section examines ways to handle malfunctions from the perspectives of both the problem of emission noise and immunity noise.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Robot

Utilizing IoT and Drones on the Frontline of Smart Agriculture

The key to smart agriculture is the utilization of robots, AI, IoT, ICT and other advanced technologies. Introducing self-driving tractors, self-navigating drones, yield combine harvesters, harvesting robots, drones and other technologies into agriculture will solve long-standing challenges and secure a workforce of skilled workers while saving on labor and manpower. The goal is to realize a new and advanced form of agriculture in which yield and quality improve, costs decrease, and incomes increases.

  • Agriculture
  • IoT
  • Sensors

Supporting the Introduction of the PoC Method for High-speed Automotive Networks Through Component Selection Efficiency

PoC, which can reduce the number of cables connecting to automotive cameras, requires a Bias-T circuit to separate the signals and power supply. Inductors for such circuits cannot simply be selected, but they can be easily selected by using Murata’s online tool (BIST). Therefore, we spoke with the managers who were involved in the development of BIST about the features and objectives in releasing the tool. This is an introduction to a technology article about Murata Manufacturing.

  • PoC
  • Bias-T
  • SimSurfing
  • Inductors
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Mobility
  • Developer Interview

Automotive MLCCs Balancing Reliability with Miniaturization and High Capacitance in a Closely Intertwined Evolution with the CASE Trend (3/3)

In Part 3 of our series, we will learn about the direction of development associated with the remaining two elements consisting of Shared and Services (S) and Electric (E), as well as the measures implemented when conducting advanced development of technologies and products in anticipation of needs amid changing automobile industry supply chains.

  • Automotive
  • CASE
  • Developer Interview
  • Ceramic Capacitor
  • Capacitor

Automotive MLCCs Balancing Reliability with Miniaturization and High Capacitance in a Closely Intertwined Evolution with the CASE Trend (2/3)

Part 2 of our series will introduce the technologies and production systems that support the strengths of Murata’s automotive MLCCs. In addition, we also heard more about the direction of automotive MLCC development due to the progress of the Connected (C) and Autonomous (A) features that are part of the four elements that make up the CASE trend.

  • Automotive
  • CASE
  • Developer Interview
  • Ceramic Capacitor
  • Capacitor

Automotive MLCCs Balancing Reliability with Miniaturization and High Capacitance in a Closely Intertwined Evolution with the CASE Trend (1/3)

Automotive MLCCs must prioritize the implementation of a higher level of quality that is completely different from the MLCCs for consumer devices. We spoke with two automotive MLCC product technology managers who are well versed in the application and technology requirement trends in the automotive industry about the type of MLCCs required in the CASE era, the frontlines of technology development to meet those requirements, and future developments.

  • Automotive
  • CASE
  • Developer Interview
  • Ceramic Capacitor
  • Capacitor

Murata Manufacturing’s New Data Business Formed Through B2B Alliances (Part 1) - Creating New Businesses with Local Partners

The role of B2B alliances is becoming ever more important when transitioning from the conventional business model of manufacturing and selling electronic components toward providing a data-selling service. On this occasion, we spoke to Mr. Tsumori of Murata, who operates the “Traffic Counter System,” and Mr. Haruno Subiyanto, a representative of a local partner with whom we have formed an alliance to expand our operations in Indonesia.

  • Developer Interview
  • Data Business
  • Traffic Counter System
  • Co-Creation

Installing Electronic Circuits of Dramatically Increasing Size into Compact Devices - Murata's MLCC for 5G Smartphones (Part 2 of 2)

In Part 2, we talked about the difficulties in developing MLCC-specific manufacturing technology and the technology that solved our issues, as well as why Murata’s development system is so strong and continues to lead the way in miniaturizing and increasing the capacitance of MLCCs. Murata engineers also explained the prospects for further miniaturization and capacitance expansion of MLCCs.

  • 5G
  • Developer Interview
  • Ceramic Capacitor
  • Capacitor
  • Smartphone

Ultra-Compact, Low-Power-Consumption Cellular LPWA Modules, Enabling All Kinds of Internet Connections (Part 1 of 2)

In recent years, IoT has made it possible to collect detailed data from various locations in the real world, but there have been challenges in collecting data over long distances of several kilometers. Murata has developed a cellular LPWA module that enables long-distance wireless communication with ultra-small size and low power consumption, and also enables reliable data collection without the need for specialized expertise in wireless communication. We interviewed the people in charge about the envisioned usage scenarios and the efforts being made in the development process.

  • LPWA
  • Module
  • IoT
  • Developer Interview

The sensor-based “predictive maintenance” implementation at Murata's Fukui Manufacturing facility(Part 1 of 2)

Since the popularization of the word “IoT,” many have recognized the necessity of its implementation in various industrial fields. This interview is a discussion presenting the points to advancing the integration of IoT technology in manufacturing sites in addition to the results and background of the implementation of IoT technology at Fukui Murata Manufacturing Co.

  • Smart Factory
  • IoT
  • Maintenance
  • Solution

Murata's Vehicle-mounted Inductor Products for Supporting Advancements in Vehicle-mounted Networks Through Timely and Appropriate Product Development (Part 2 of 2)

In Part 2, we focus on two product categories among the vehicle-mounted inductor products developed and provided by Murata, and we asked engineers about the strengths of these products and the direction of future advancements.

  • PoC
  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Inductors
  • Automotive
  • Mobility
  • Developer Interview

Murata's vehicle-mounted inductors:Supporting advancements in vehicle-mounted networks with strategic product development(Part 1 of 2)

Technical developments in vehicle-mounted networks are proceeding at a dizzying pace, and these advancements have further accelerated now that the CASE era will soon be upon us. At Murata, we were among the first to develop products compliant with the latest vehicle-mounted network standards, and have established a product development and production system capable of supplying the required volume of electronic components with the needed characteristics at the time that they are needed.

  • PoC
  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Inductors
  • Automotive
  • Mobility
  • Developer Interview

Pursuing Higher Precision in Inertial Force Sensors for Safe Self-Driving Cars (Part 1 of 2)

The era of self-driving cars traveling on city streets is fast approaching. There are great expectations for the practical application of self-driving cars as solutions to many social issues, such as securing safe means of transportation, and reducing traffic congestion and accidents. However, it is not easy to replace the advanced driving skills of a human driver with those of computers and artificial intelligence.
To achieve this, it is essential to introduce cutting-edge technology.

  • Sensors
  • Automotive
  • Automated Driving
  • Developer Interview

Murata's Oxide-based Solid-state Batteries for Expanding the Range of Applications for IoT Devices and Supporting More Advanced Wearables (Part 1 of 2)

The solid-state batteries developed by Murata are a groundbreaking technology that has the potential to expand the usage applications for mobile electronic devices. We asked the Murata engineers who were involved in this development about how the development occurred, features of the developed solid-state battery, and the direction of advancements going forward.

  • All-solid-state batteries
  • Developer Interview

5G: Technology

5G Mission Critical Systems

Due to the ultra-high-reliability and low-latency communications (URLLC) of 5G, Mission Critical Communications (MCC) has been highlighted as a key area as part of the 3GPP Release. Delivered as part of a core network service it will allow emergency services to replace traditional radio, with more modern communications methods already available to smart phone users.

  • 5G
  • Mission Critical
  • Automotive
  • URLLC
  • Healthcare
  • Medical
  • Reliability
  • Emergency services
  • Mission Critical Systems

5G: Technology

5G Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB)

Providing significant benefits to consumers, enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) will be an extension to existing 4G network and will be amongst the first wave of the 5G services. These benefits will include significant improvement of download speeds and more cost-efficient data, up to 10 times cheaper compared to 4G. Here we explore the benefits and challenges to industry.

  • 5G
  • Mission Critical
  • Automotive
  • URLLC
  • Healthcare
  • Medical
  • Reliability
  • Emergency services
  • Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB)

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Noise Suppression Measures for HDMI 2.1

HDMI 2.1 is capable of high-speed communication with a maximum data throughput that is approximately 2.7 times greater compared with conventional HDMI 2.0. Because HDMI 2.1 transmits signals at higher speeds than in the past, it is necessary to make sure that signal quality is not lost when performing noise suppression.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • HDMI

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

Automotive Ethernet for ADAS Noise suppression measures for 1000Base-T1 (4)

Among devices that support ADAS, the number of cases in which Automotive Ethernet is adopted for data transmission in LiDAR and other sensors is increasing. When using 1000Base-T1, which is faster than the conventional 100Base-T1 standard, noise suppression that takes signal quality into account is required.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Ethernet

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

Automotive Ethernet for ADAS Noise suppression measures for 1000Base-T1 (3)

Among devices that support ADAS, the number of cases in which Automotive Ethernet is adopted for data transmission in LiDAR and other sensors is increasing. When using 1000Base-T1, which is faster than the conventional 100Base-T1 standard, noise suppression that takes signal quality into account is required.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Ethernet

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

Automotive Ethernet for ADAS Noise suppression measures for 1000Base-T1 (2)

Among devices that support ADAS, the number of cases in which Automotive Ethernet is adopted for data transmission in LiDAR and other sensors is increasing. When using 1000Base-T1, which is faster than the conventional 100Base-T1 standard, noise suppression that takes signal quality into account is required.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Ethernet

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

Automotive Ethernet for ADAS Noise suppression measures for 1000Base-T1 (1)

Among devices that support ADAS, the number of cases in which Automotive Ethernet is adopted for data transmission in LiDAR and other sensors is increasing. When using 1000Base-T1, which is faster than the conventional 100Base-T1 standard, noise suppression that takes signal quality into account is required.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Ethernet

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Noise Suppression Measures for Qi-Standard Wireless Power Supply Modules

In wireless charging systems, noise occurring in the charger penetrates the smart phone unit through the power transmission and receiving coils, which leads to a reduction in receiver sensitivity. This section introduces key points of noise suppression in both the power receiving module and power transmission module.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Noise countermeasures for ameliorating sensor malfunction (3)

The number of sensors used is increasing due to IoT and the electrification of automobiles. At the same time, when noise infiltrates the sensors, it leads to device malfunction.
This section discusses noise problems in sensors and suppression methods.

  • Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)
  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Sensors

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Noise countermeasures for ameliorating sensor malfunction (2)

The number of sensors used is increasing due to IoT and the electrification of automobiles. At the same time, when noise infiltrates the sensors, it leads to device malfunction.
This section discusses noise problems in sensors and suppression methods.

  • Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)
  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Sensors

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Consumer)

Noise countermeasures for ameliorating sensor malfunction (1)

The number of sensors used is increasing due to IoT and the electrification of automobiles. At the same time, when noise infiltrates the sensors, it leads to device malfunction.
This section discusses noise problems in sensors and suppression methods.

  • Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)
  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Chip ferrite bead
  • Sensors

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

Example of noise suppression in the power circuits of devices mounted in vehicles - Execution of noise suppression

Effective ways to suppress noise in the DC-DC converters used in the power supply lines of automotive devices include attaching a common mode choke coil and configuring an LPF with an inductor and a capacitor.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Inductors

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

Example of noise suppression in the power circuits of devices mounted in vehicles - Investigation of noise conditions

Effective ways to suppress noise in the DC-DC converters used in the power supply lines of automotive devices include attaching a common mode choke coil and configuring an LPF with an inductor and a capacitor.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters
  • Inductors

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

For automotive LANs Suppression of noise in CANs using common mode choke coils (7) Waveform evaluation system

Emission and BCP suppression were carried out to suppress noise in a CAN, which has become widely popular as a type of automotive LAN. At the same time, we verified the effect on the signal waveform due to suppression products.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

For automotive LANs Suppression of noise in CANs using common mode choke coils (5) Table of equipment used for BCI test

Emission and BCP suppression were carried out to suppress noise in a CAN, which has become widely popular as a type of automotive LAN. At the same time, we verified the effect on the signal waveform due to suppression products.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

For automotive LANs Suppression of noise in CANs using common mode choke coils (3) Radiated noise evaluation equipments

Emission and BCP suppression were carried out to suppress noise in a CAN, which has become widely popular as a type of automotive LAN. At the same time, we verified the effect on the signal waveform due to suppression products.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters

Noise suppression technologies/case study introduction (Automotive)

For automotive LANs Suppression of noise in CANs using common mode choke coils (2) Radiated noise evaluation

Emission and BCP suppression were carried out to suppress noise in a CAN, which has become widely popular as a type of automotive LAN. At the same time, we verified the effect on the signal waveform due to suppression products.

  • Noise Suppression Products
  • Automotive
  • Common mode choke coils/common mode noise filters