MSP430 Capacitive Touch MCUs featuring CapTIvate™ Technology Training Series

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3.2 What are the Noise Immunity Features of CapTIvate MCUs?

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August 26, 2016

This training video introduces the noise immunity features of the CapTIvate MCU.  Key features such as charge transfer, offset subtraction, frequency hopping, and CapTIvate's dedicated LDO are discussed.  An example of how frequency hopping improves noise immunity for mutual capacitance touch sensors is shown.

Additional information

For additional resources, check out the Noise Tolerant Capacitive Touch HMI Reference Design (TIDM-CAPTOUCHEMCREF) and the noise immunity design guide (www.ti.com/captivatenoise).

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