Using Murata's ceramic processing technology and unique material, we offer a variety of Noise Suppression Products and EMI Suppression Filters. Murata also offers technical support and guidance based on many years of experience operating in the field of noise suppression. Our technical support includes design kits, application manuals and a comprehensive set of software tools to simulate virtually any circuit condition.
Noise Suppression Filters EMIFIL® (chip and lead type) , Common Mode Chokes (chip and lead type) , AC Line Filters, Noise Suppression Products for Automotive, Microwave Absorbers, Ferrite Cores and ESD Protection Devices are offered.
Information of Murata noise suppression products
PDF files of product catalog and product technical information.
We offer software tools and data library to simulate circuit.
Information of Noise suppression knowledge
Published articles of product information.
|Sep 24, 2013||Murata's World's Smallest 008004 Size (0.25 x 0.125 mm) Chip Ferrite Bead|
|Oct 25, 2010||Commercialization of Large-current Common Mode Choke Coils Supporting Various Automotive Power Supplies -PLT10HH Series-|
|Jan 6, 2010||Contributing to Power Saving and Lengthening Battery Operation Time by Significantly Reducing DC Resistance! Commercializing 0603 Size High Performance Chip Ferrite Beads|
|Jul 9, 2009||Protects Electronic Equipment Against Electrostatic Discharge! Commercializing Silicon ESD Protection Device|
|Oct 27, 2008||[New Product] Chip EMI Suppression Filter EMIFIL®NFA18SL506X1A45|
|Nov 12, 2013||Update of data of Murata Product Search Engine|
|Oct 28, 2013||Update of [Murata Components Library for AWR® Microwave Office®]|
|Oct 15, 2013||Update of data of Murata Product Search Engine|
|Oct 9, 2013||Update of [Design Tool "SimSurfing (DL) " ]|
|Sep 30, 2013||Update of [Design Tool "SimSurfing (WEB) " ]|
|Nov 14, 2013||Basics of Noise Countermeasures
Lesson 10: Precautions for Using Chip Ferrite Beads
|Oct 15, 2013||Why is differential transmission used for high-speed transmission?|
|Jul 16, 2013||Birth of the BLM_E series chip ferrite beads:
Entering unexplored BLM territory
|May 28, 2013||How can the mounting area be reduced?
－Methods of using low-ESL capacitors－
|Apr 12, 2013||Anecdote of monolithic ferrite bead development:
Horizontally wound-type ferrite beads that support GHz frequencies