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What’s the Difference Between Passive and Active Components? Procurement Professional Driven Education

Do you know what passive devices are? While engineers and designers within your organization know, procurement personnel may not be up to speed with passive devices. If you’ve involved with e-procurement or supply chain processes and your curiosity about passive electronic components is anything but passive, keep reading!

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Murata MHR Series High Voltage Resistors

In developing its MHR Series High Voltage Resistors, Murata Power Solutions sought to provide manufacturers with a multifaceted solution. The firm succeeded as its high-quality, thick film components are ideal for use in both industrial equipment and consumer appliances. Learn about the features and applications of the MHR Series.

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2020 Industry Insight: Predictions and Expectations for the Semiconductor

Take a look at what will be the most important electronic technologies emerging and the semiconductor components they will thrust into the spotlight in 2020.

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NXP - LPC5500 - M33 MCU Series

NXP Semiconductors has married next-generation performance with the peace of mind provided by end-to-end encryption with its LPC5500 MCU series. The mass-market family of microcontrollers utilizes ARMs Cortex-M33 technology to provide significantly enhanced architecture, integration, and power consumption compared to prior generation MCUs.

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Current Market Trends for MLCCs

The existing multi-layer ceramic chip capacitors (MLCCs) market is, well, multilayered. Even though MLCCs have been around since the early 1960s, they’re still considered an emerging technology, given the tremendous advancements in memory, performance, and durability on an annual basis.

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Can Moore’s Law Survive the 21st Century? Carbon Nanotube Processors and Other Technology Hold the Key

Moore’s Law, which states that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles every two years has pretty much held up since the early 1970s. At that time, there were up to 5,000 transistors in advanced integrated circuits. Today, that figure is roughly 50 billion. At some point, designers and engineers wondered, “Wouldn’t physical space limits eventually make Moore’s Law obsolete?”

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Semiconductor Market Trends: Key Developments for 2019 and Beyond

With semiconductors, the future is always today. Rapid advancements in semiconductor design, manufacturing, and applications continue to drive technology forward.

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Key Differences Between Semiconductors, Conductors, and Insulators

Explore the key differences between semiconductors, conductors, and insulators. Regardless of how you contribute to your company’s SCM process, it helps to know the differences between each part.

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Samtec ExaMAX® High-Speed Backplane System: Featured Product Summary

The ExaMAX® contact system achieves two reliable points of contact at all times and minimizes residual stub for improved signal integrity performance, while providing low mating force and excellent contact normal force. Signal wafers incorporate a one-piece, embossed ground structure which improves crosstalk performance.

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