Skip to main content

Quickly solve electrical noise interference issues

Noise or electrical interference on data transmission wires can lead to customer complaints and disruptions in home and business operations. Noise-mitigation utility products help troubleshoot to identify the issue and reduce noise levels. SNC provides reliable electrical noise interference products for copper network components.

Identify electrical noise interference with QUIET-TEL®

SNC’s QUIET-TEL® noise-mitigation equipment offers a range of devices to help identify and reduce noise levels. Common telco noise interference symptoms can include noisy off-premises extensions, false rings at the user’s equipment or impulse noise.

The SNC SNIX Single Noise Interference Xterminator, with its specially designed UL-listed filter for single-circuit applications, helps suppress common telco noise interference issues.

Mitigate electrical noise interference with noise chokes, INTs and DINTs

Noise in communication systems can cause signaling problems and equipment malfunctions. This can be resolved with a noise choke to improve circuit imbalance and suppress currents acting on sensitive equipment.

Simple utility supplies are also effective for noise reduction, such as a Standard Induction Neutralizing Transformer (INT). INTs splice in series with the cable to mitigate induced A/C voltages, currents or harmonics that may be causing electrical noise interference or equipment malfunctions or damages on copper telecommunication lines.

A Digital Induction Neutralizing Transformer (DINT) is similar to a standard INT, except it has a double-wound core to lower decibel loss. It has two groups of pairs, one for each transmission direction, separated by an electrostatic shield to minimize crosstalk coupling.

Contact SNC today

SNC offers a range of noise-mitigation products, including QUIET-TEL®, noise chokes, INTs, DINTs and more, to identify and reduce electrical noise interference. These products help troubleshoot electrical noise interference and improve communication system quality. To learn more, contact SNC today.