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Transitioning to 5G — KEMET and Mouser Electronics

 

The transition to 5G is challenging just about every element of our system designs. Most of us spend a lot of energy worrying about high data rates, signal integrity, and RF challenges, but it’s easy to forget that the impacts of 5G extend to things like passives as well. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Nick Stephen of KEMET about how to keep up with the latest system design challenges.

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