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    Ferrite 600 on the audio adaptor board?

    Hello,

    For a project of mine I am designing a PCB with most of the components of the Teensy Audio adaptor included for audio sampling. I was following the schematic and I saw "ferrite 600" included on the schematic. I wanted to make sure I'm choosing the correct component, is that a ferrite chip which is 600 ohms at 100 MHz? Would this chip work well for that component? Thank you!

    Spencer

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyspencerb View Post
    is that a ferrite chip which is 600 ohms at 100 MHz?
    Yes.

    Would this chip work well for that component?
    200mA rating is a little on the low side, but should work.

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    Thanks! Iím really excited to try this out! If your willing, any chance you could share the parts you used, like the caps and such? If not Iíll just use ones off Digikey, but just donít want to cause unexpected behavior by accidentally choosing the wrong kind.

    Also, thank you so much for making your schematics open source, you have made so many amazing things possible, and I am a huge fan of your work

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