Common Mode Chokes
A common mode choke is where both line and neutral windings are wound on a single core. When using a current compensated choke to decrease common mode noise, (the interference pattern or the unwanted noise) you want to have a high impedance at the unwanted frequencies to knock down that unwanted noise.
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