Polymer Tantalum Capacitors Toughen Up to Meet Automotive Demands (.PDF Download)

Today’s cars increasingly depend on electronic equipment such as infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to meet important safety standards and customer demands. Although more electronic modules are needed on-board, little, if any, extra space is available to house them, so smaller and more space-efficient modules are always sought after.

As far as ICs are concerned, Moore’s law reductions in process geometry and the evolution of application-specific dev

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