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Title: Low temperature magnetic properties of Metglas 2714A and its potential use as core material for EMI filters
Authors: Quach, H. P.
Chui, T. C. P.
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2003
Citation: Space Cryogenics Workshop 2003
AK, USA
Abstract: Inductive filters against electromagnetic interference are commonly made by winding coils around a magnetic material with high permeability. This permeability should remain high at high frequencies, so that the impedance of the inductor made from it can be large to block off any high frequency EMI signals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/7681
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