Like many others, it’s common for me to find ants inside at some point during the year. Whether after rain or an extended dry season, a few insects tend to make their way inside to escape the elements. However, I received quite a shock late last year when I discovered an infestation in my closet in the absence of any clear sources of food.
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Sometimes, it’s difficult to fully appreciate how small electronic components have become. Even those with familiarity working with breadboards or hand-soldered electronics projects may have no idea that the packaging technology on display there may be several decades out-of-date from modern components.
You need to know what may be changing with your PCB’s components far enough in advance so that those changes can be effectively managed without hurting the production of your PCBAs. And in cases in which a component is no longer available, you need the engineering services of your CM for end-of-life (EOL) components to plan for component obsolescence.
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