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This month, in the August issue of Design007 Magazine, we unpack the intricacies of PCB packaging. Over the past 60 years, packages have continued to shrink. The transistor outline “metal cans” of the 1950s would look out of place today. Some packages are no bigger than the period at the end of this sentence, complete with their own “inhalation warning.”

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