Digital Isolators

Digital isolators are electronic devices that use digital signal processing to isolate or separate signals from different sources, while maintaining their original characteristics. They are commonly used in applications where signals need to be isolated without degradation, such as in audio systems, medical equipment, and industrial automation. These devices can isolate both analog and digital signals, and offer advantages over traditional isolation methods, including high-speed operation, low latency, and improved noise immunity.

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