The USB interface is probably the most widespread interface in the world, both in domestic and industrial environments. The USB 2.0 standard is a serial bus system with a maximum data rate of 480 Mbit/s.
Despite its widespread use, there are some points to consider when designing the application in order to achieve an EMC-compliant interface. Using suitable TVS diodes and current-compensated common-mode chokes for data lines, effective concepts can be developed to obtain non-critical circuits.
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#askLorandt explains: EMC Filtering of a USB 2.0 Port