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    current compensated common mode choke

    Are 'common-mode choke' and 'asymmetrical-mode choke' referred to the same type of choke? Pls advise. Thanks.

    Really confused... what's the relationship among 'common-mode choke', asymmetrical-mode choke', and 'current compensated choke'...?

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    Common-Mode Choke <---> Asymmetrical-Mode Choke

    Common Mode Chokes are inductive filters that are used in the input of a device to reduce input and output noise. Remember that this noise is common to both wires.



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