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Passives: The Essentials for Electronic Circuit Design Marcel Consée
In the demanding world of high-frequency amplifiers, data converters, or other challenging circuits, the practice of selecting passive devices as an afterthought no longer suffices. Here, we detail the considerations to take into account when choosing passive components for your electronic designs.

Turn Your Home Into a Tech Learning Center Tommy Cummings
The route to becoming a technical engineer is as close as the home computer or laptop, which is a good thing while staying close to home. Tools are plentiful, and they’re a few clicks away. Here are a few of the resources available on Mouser.com.

Conversion Calculators Add up to Reliability Tommy Cummings
Inquiring minds, young and old, novice and experienced, need a reliable source to turn to when they encounter the critical elements of technology. That's where Mouser’s Conversion Calculators section comes in.

Mind Your R’s and C’s: A Look at Different Types of Resistors and Capacitors Mike Parks
There's a lot more to resistors and capacitors than just a symbol on a circuit. Learn about the various construction and performance characteristics of these overlooked parts to find which is right for your design.

Memristors: The Circle is Now Complete Mike Parks
Charles Duell, the commissioner of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office at the turn of the 20th-century was once misquoted as saying, "Everything that can be invented has been invented." Thanks to an intrepid librarian it was later discovered that Duell actually stated, “In my opinion, all previous advances in the various lines of invention will appear totally insignificant when compared with those which the present century will witness. I almost wish that I might live my life over again to see the wonders which are at the threshold.”

Don’t Burn Out! Calculating LED Current Limiting Resistor Mike Parks
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are one of the most fundamental output devices used in open source projects. They provide you a simple way to provide feedback to a user on the status of what’s going on in a circuit. A popular use is a power indicator to let the user know if a device is on. But connecting an LED directly to a power source can cause an LED to burn out. You have to utilize a current limiting resistor in series with the LED for protection.

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