All too often, the overall performance of an electronic design isn’t limited by technology constraints, but rather ultimately boils down to a problem of heat dissipation. With the exception of superconductors, the operation of all electrical and electronic equipment results in some power loss, which is inevitably dissipated as heat.
Accepting this fact, equipment designers need to consider how that heat will affect the performance of their design and how to remove it from their
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