Some articles on noise immunity, noise:
... One application of a Schmitt trigger is to increase the noise immunity in a circuit with only a single input threshold ... threshold could cause the output to switch rapidly back and forth from noise alone ... the photodiode is prone to spurious switching due to noise from the environment, the delay added by the filter and Schmitt trigger ensures that the output ...
... causes problems with signaling because it reduces the noise immunity ... because, for a given supply voltage, it gives twice the noise immunity of a single-ended system ... Supposing that the voltage noise on one wire is uncorrelated to the noise on the other one, the result is that it takes twice as much noise to cause an error with the differential ...
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