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Old 18th July 2010, 08:39 AM   #1
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Default EETimes articles on passive components

Some interesting reading:

Let's go passive: giving these components their due
Bill Schweber
(links to other articles, including snubbing, bypass capacitors)

Strengths and weaknesses of common resistor types
Yuval Hernik, Director Application Engineering, Vishay Intertechnology

Strategies for minimizing resistor-generated noise
Yuval Hernik, Vishay Intertechnology
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