Integrated EMI Filter A First For Automotive Ethernet Connectivity

Integrated EMI Filter A First For Automotive Ethernet Connectivity
STMicroelectronics

Deemed an industry first, the EMIF02-01OABRY suppresses EMI noise in automotive applications employing BroadR-Reach interfaces. The EMI-suppressing low-pass filter includes 15-kV ISO 10605 surge protection and is AEC-Q101 qualified. The device eliminates the need to use discrete components to design EMI filters that are compatible with the BroadR-Reach specification. Within the automotive temperature range of -40°C to +125°C, the EMI filter attenuation profile is fully compliant with BroadR-Reach requirements, with a return loss of -20 dB at 60 MHz and a component matching of 1% between line 1 and 2. Other features include compliance with IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, and ISO 7637-3 automotive standards and a compact 3 x 3 mm² wettable-flank QFN package. Samples of the EMIF02-01OABRY are available now at a price of $0.48 each/1,000. For more information, go to http://www.st.com/emif02-01oabry-nb  

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