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face BY : Michael Rigby-Jones email (remove spam text)



Depends on what the wiring is for.  If they are power cables, then heavy
decoupling/filtering at the PIC may help.  If they are signals, then perhaps
you could use differential signalling instead of single ended.

Is shielding the source of the noise an option?  e.g. resistive/inductive HT
leads.

Mike

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