I'm using a 22u 6.3V X5R 0805 ceramic capacitor to filter out a 3.3V supply (for a buck converter.) I've heard that applied voltage has an effect on the capacitance of certain ceramic caps; a higher voltage causes a reduction in capacitance. How true is this? Would it decrease too much as to not work as a suitable filter cap? I think 10-15u is probably the minimum for it to remain stable, although the ripple will probably increase at lower capacitance. Any ideas?
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