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Rethinking the Hierarchy of Electronic Interconnections
Rethinking the Hierarchy of Electronic Interconnections
Joseph Fjelstad explains how elements of electronic interconnection are rooted in a hierarchy developed in the 1960s. Unfortunately it no longer works for today's more complex interconnection of electronic elements.
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Authored By:
Joseph Fjelstad
Verdant Electronics
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