Ohmite’s New AS9100D Certification and Why It's Important

Looking for an AS9100D-certified manufacturer of resistors? Ohmite’s resistive products meet the strict quality standards for the aerospace industry.

Resistor Stability and Calculating Resistor Drift

Learn how to determine a resistor's stability and how to calculate resistor drift

Resistor Specifications and How to Interpret Them

Learn the basics of resistor specifications and how to interpret them like and expert

Benefits of Resistor Load Banks for Industrial Applications

Learn why resistive load banks are sought after for most industrial applications. Visit the Ohmite site to learn more about resistor load banks.

Filter Location Can Affect Performance

When deciding the location for your EMI filter, be aware of the factors that can affect the performance of the component

The Role of Thermal Interface Materials and How They Affect Performance

Many modern electronic systems face cooling challenges that require unique thermal management strategies. Some upcoming application areas where thermal challenges are prevalent include 5G base station equipment and handsets, data center infrastructure, power management systems in vehicles, and many other areas. Fans and bulky heatsinks were often a go-to option…

How Common Mode and Differential Mode Filters Differ

Learn the differences between common mode EMI filters and differential mode EMI Filters

How an EMI Filter Affects Your Product's Performance

Learn about the how an EMI filter affects your product's performance and why they're often necessary.

Resistor Construction: Composition vs Wirewound

Explore the differences between wirewound resistors & composition resistors to determine the right option for your needs. Visit the Ohmite site to learn more.

Contributing Factors of EMI Filter Performance

Passive electrical filter design consists of inductors and capacitors in various configurations, and possibly using resistors to discharge capacitors or dampen circuit resonance. In an ideal world, inductors increase impedance with higher frequency, and capacitors decrease impedance with higher frequency, while resistor values do not change. However, this is not the case in real applications. The…