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This application note defines some of the common terminology used to describe the characteristics and operation of DC-DC converters.

Distributed power architectures (DPA) replace multiple central power sources with a single bulk supply that is converted to the end-use voltages by DC-DC converters located at the point of need. This application note discusses the use of DPA.

When MIL-STD-461 or other EMI specification is required, an additional power line filter may be needed for the DC-DC converter as well as output and/or protection filters for the other terminals.

DC-DC converters are natural generators of input narrowband spectral noise currents having components at the fundamental switching frequency and higher order harmonics. The low noise of Interpoint converters can be lowered even further.

FM-704A EMI Filter and Transient Suppression Module combines EMI filtering and transient protection to handle the demanding requirements of military, aerospace and industrial applications. One filter can be… 

FMC-461 EMI filters have been specifically designed to reduce the input line reflected ripple current of Interpoint® high frequency DC-DC converters. One filter can be used with multiple… 

The FMCE–0328 EMI filters reduce the reflected input ripple current of high frequency MFX, MWR, MTR, MFK, MHV and MHF+ Series Interpoint® DC-DC… 

The FMCE-0528 EMI filters reduce the reflected input ripple current of high frequency MOR, MFL, MFX, MWR, MTR, MFK, MHV and… 

The FMCE-0828 EMI filters reduce the reflected input ripple current of high frequency MOR, MFL, MFX, MWR, MTR, MFK, MHV and… 

The FMCE-1528 EMI filters reduce the reflected input ripple current of high frequency MOR, MFL, MFX, MWR, MTR, MFK, MHV and…