Choosing the right part for your PCB design can be a significant challenge. Not only does it need to be electrically correct, but it also needs to meet cost, lead time, compliance, and other parameters. Fortunately, a number of web-based services have risen up to help make component research and selection easier. But, how do you know what data you need to make the right choice and how can you tell which service provides it? Join us for a look into what is needed from a component data platform to ensure your part choices are the right ones.
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