Below are the questions asked during the live event, along with their respective answers.

Q: The filter shall be installed in a feeder circuit in compliance with the spacing and segregation requirements of the end-use application. But if the spacing is not enough can I add extra spacing? Example: FN248HV30-33.
A: If you can add spacing to your enclosure or add spacing around the filter perfect. Adding insulation can also assist in complying with creepage and clearance distances.

Q: Are there common mode filters available that can be used with giga-bit Ethernet signals on circuits cards?
A: There are manufactures that offer filtering for Ethernet signals. That being said you can help mitigate the need for this by ensuring you keep noisy power lines away from signal lines. Carefully layout boards, use ground planes effectively, and add decoupling caps at strategic transfer points.