Integrated passives draw big interest

Levine, Bernard
April 1997
Electronic News;04/07/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2162, p53
Trade Publication
Reports on discussions related to integrated passives during the 1997 Multichip Modules Conference and Exhibit in Denver, Colorado. Papers featured during a technical session on integrating passive parts; Companies expressing interest in integrated passives; Design considerations for using integrated passive components.


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