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The Class Y facility certification, combined with the flip chip technology qualification, will enable Class Y assembly of its UT1752FC flip chip LGA/CGA package, with qualification of heat sink and decoupling capacitor attach technologies to follow.
Support alternative A / B mode directly, lower extra cost (one extra decoupling capacitor is needed) and Fast / Gigabit Ethernet environments.
Other issues can be found through automated inspection as well, such as the low-inductance connection of decoupling capacitors in the vicinity of the power and ground pins of an IC.
The only external components needed are an antenna, crystal, reference resistor, and decoupling capacitors.
The instantaneous power draw is such that the decoupling capacitors for the device cannot supply the necessary current and the supply voltage sags.
When used as a power-ground core in a multilayer PCB, ECM effectively becomes a decoupling capacitor inside the board, which can allow designers to eliminate large numbers of decoupling capacitors.
Wakeup current peaks can be reduced to industry's lowest values leading to savings in terms of decoupling capacitors on the supply line,
It is usually best to put any layer transitions close to the ICs where decoupling capacitors and stitching vias already exist, but for other layer transitions, it is important to put a stitching via or capacitor for every signal transition.