I’ve been trying to make the package acronyms a little easier to understand for those who are new to electronics. I already have a couple articles out about them but I thought i’d bring on a new take on explaining them. Usually one would get the most common package names and explain them, in my post I describe the possibilities that each letter can mean. Basically a naming alphabet.
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