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DISCRETE ASSEMBLIES VS. THICK FILM IC’s 690013

Thick Film is an old technology that is finding new applications. Many of the future integrated circuits for the automotive industry will employ Thick Film Technology. It offers an easy transition from discrete component assemblies, while providing lower overall costs and improved reliability.

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