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An Automotive Grade Above Vishay
Vishay understands the challenge of designing for the road. They design and manufacture the fundamental building blocks of every electronic system. When it comes to automobiles and other types of vehicles, every component is important, down to the last resistor.

New Tech Tuesdays: 3 Small RF Passive Components That Keep Circuits Intact Tommy Cummings
RF passives might not be flashy, but they play an essential role in RF and microwave circuits. New Tech Tuesdays examines AVX inductors, Murata capacitors, and Vishay resistors, three new-to-market RF passives for design engineers to consider.

How NTC Thermistors and RTDs Differ Littelfuse
Selecting the best sensor for temperature measurement can be a daunting task. Learn more about NTC thermistors and RTDs, their differences, and how they are best suited to deliver temperature measurement accuracy in a wide range of designs.

Conversion Calculators Add up to Reliability Tommy Cummings
Inquiring minds, young and old, novice and experienced, need a reliable source to turn to when they encounter the critical elements of technology. That's where Mouser’s Conversion Calculators section comes in.

Pull Up Your Pins: How to Size Pull-up Resistors Mike Parks
Whether to prevent floating I/O pins on an MCU or to provide an interface between two circuits, pull-up resistors are a necessity. But what size resistor should you use?

Applying The Basics: The Voltage Divider Mike Parks
Hello, everyone! My series of posts are going to deal with applications of open source hardware. My goals are to share applications using open source hardware and teach some fundamentals of electronics and software to turn these projects from concept to reality. To make things easy as possible, I will put links to Mouser’s website so you can get parts ordered fast and get to making cool things sooner rather than later.

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