Research N Reports offers latest published report “Common Mode Filters Market - Global Insights, Growth, Size, Comparative Analysis, Trends and Forecast, 2017-2025”. The author of the report analyzed that the Global Common Mode Filters Market accounted for US$ 645.63 million in 2016.
Research N Reports brings key comprehensions on the subject of Global Common Mode Filters Market in its latest report titled ‘Common Mode Filters Market by Types of Winding (Split Winding, Bifilar Winding); by Application (Notebooks, Tablet, Desktop, Smartphone, Printer, Scanner, DSC, CD ROM W/R, Cable and Accessories, AC/DC Wall Charger, High-Speed Differential Signal Line); by Regions (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East & Africa and Latin America) – Global Insights, Growth, Size, Comparative Analysis, Trends and Forecast, 2017-2025.’
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Common mode filters (CMF) are used in order to filter common mode electromagnetic interference (EMI) currents without de-rating under high currents and without causing signal degradation. CMFs are applied to supply and return pairs of conductors and are ideal for EMI filtering of signal and power lines. They can withstand high DC currents without filtering performance degradation, which is an issue that can happen with differential mode filters such as small chip beads.
Split winding segment is anticipated to dominate in the forthcoming years.
The split winding segment dominated the global market in the previous years and it is expected to continue its dominance in the forecast period as well. A split winding structure is employed to improve heat resistance against large currents or to achieve high pressure resistance between lines. Moreover, in a CMF with a bifilar winding structure, coupling between two wires is high and differential mode impedance is small. Common mode filters with this structure are suitable for high-speed signal transmission lines, since they do not affect the waveforms of transmitted signals.
Smartphone segment is expected to be foremost segment, among different applications
Common mode filters have been widely used in smartphones and tablets recently as a measure against "autointoxication" caused by the noise from digital signal lines. When common mode filters are used for these purposes, their noise attenuation characteristics weigh heavily in selecting the filter type to suppress noise generated in wireless communication frequency bands. Nowadays portable devices use very fast data lines to support displays, cameras, and other interfaces. Furthermore, advanced processors, wireless features, and high-speed data lines help to retain high levels of performance in these portable systems, but these features also present certain design challenges. They are susceptible to EMI, can be vulnerable to ESD strikes, and can emit EMI. For these reasons, they require a certain amount of filtering and protection.
As faster data transfers become standard for mobile devices, common-mode filters need to maintain strong common-mode rejection in the range between 700 MHz and 5.8 GHz and, at the same time, offer differential pass band close to the 3rd harmonics of the data.
Asia Pacific: The dominant region
Region-wise, the report segments the Global Common Mode Filters Market into the North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East & Africa and Latin America. Asia Pacific, at present, is anticipated to dominate the Global Common Mode Filters Market in terms of revenue contribution. In 2016, the region held a noteworthy share of the overall market, and it is further estimated to continue its dominance in the research period as well.
Some of the significant players functioning in the Global Common Mode Filters Market include Murata Power Solutions (Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd.), NXP Semiconductors, Samsung Electro-mechanics, STMicroelectronics, TDK Corporation. Few of the other prominent players are LAIRD, ON Semiconductor, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Vishay Intertechnology Inc., Walsin Technology Corporation among others.