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Murata Electronics NFG Common Mode Noise Filter | New Product Brief

December 10, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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Murata Electronics NFG Common Mode Noise Filter

Murata Electronics NFG Common Mode Noise Filters provide common-mode filtering in a tiny package ideal for portable devices, such as laptops, smartphones, and digital cameras. 

The NFG series is compatible with the MIPI C-PHY standard, which provides a high-speed physical layer for a wide range of MIPI CSI-2 and MIPI DSI-2 interfaces. NFG filters provide a common mode insertion loss ranging from 19 to 29 dB, with maximum filtering between 1 gigahertz and 3 gigahertz. 

They’re also designed to match line impedance in MIPI C-PHY applications, eliminating the need for matching circuits. The devices offer 3 circuits in a small package with tight tolerances, making them ideal for use in compact portable devices. 

Murata Electronics NFG filters are rated for 5 volts and up to 100 milliamps and for operation from negative 40 to positive 85 degrees Celsius. 

  • Compatible with high speed, MIPI C-PHY standard 
  • Common Mode Insertion Loss: 19dB to 29dB 
    • Maximum filtering from 1.0GHz to 3.0GHz 
  • Designed to match MIPI C-PHY line impedance 
    • 25Ω common mode impedance 
  • Compact: 0.90mm x 0.68mm x 0.40mm 
    • Tolerance: ±0.05mm 
  • Ratings: 
    • 5V, 100mA 
    • -40°C to +85°C 

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