Distributed air gaps play a crucial role in optimizing the performance of ferrite cores and, subsequently, the electronic devices they are used in. Distributed air gaps are small interruptions or breaks deliberately introduced into the ferrite core's structure. These gaps can be designed in various ways, such as notches, grooves, or even gaps between segments of the core material. The primary purpose of distributed air gaps is to modulate the magnetic flux distribution within the core.
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