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The equivalent series resistance and inductance on the electrolytics are
fairly high, making them not do much for high frequencies. The ceramic
capacitor presents a low impedance for high frequencies while the
electrolytic presents a low impedance for low frequencies.
On Tue, 6 Jun 2000 07:58:32 -0500 Mark Peterson <CANNONTECH.COM> markp
> In many products, I see a large electrolytic capacitor in parallel
> with a
> small disc or dipped capacitor. Why is that done? Obviously, the
> does not act as a single large capacitor, or aonly a single one
> would be
> used. Just how does that arrangement work?
> Mark P
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