Going vertical

October 1999
EDN;10/14/99, Vol. 44 Issue 21, p28
Trade Publication
Compares the author's position at the top of Enchanted Rock in Texas to an ant's position on top of a personal computer (PC) board heat sink. Description of the landscape; Radiation of PC traces; Susceptibility to electrostatic discharges.


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