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What’s Trending in Electronics Components?

by Editor (editor), , July 03, 2017

There are some rising trends in the world of electronics components that are worth examining. These include:

In the world of electronics components, there are two basic categories: passive components and active components. Active components are dependent on a source of energy and are able to provide energy (power) to a circuit. Common examples of this type of component are those used in transistors. Passive components, as the moniker suggests, don’t give or provide power into the circuit to which they are attached. Because they are limited in this way, these components don’t amplify the power of a signal on their own. Whether passive of active, there are some rising trends in the world of electronics components that are worth examining. These include:

Printed circuits

Printed circuits, also known as PCBs, are a thin plate on which chips are other component elements are placed. The PCB is comprised of conducting components, resistors, capacitators, and other elements that make up the sum of the whole. Printed circuit boards are typically used in personal computers. Because of the widespread use of computers in the home and in the workplace, the use of PCBs is on the rise in the tech world and is showing no signs of slowing down.


Electronic connectors are very popular both in North America and overseas. Because connectors come in so many different types and configurations, their primary drawback is that they become obsolete quickly. For the consumer, that means that when they have older electronics that need connectors, it can be challenging to find parts. Many people consult websites such as icrfq, companies that specialize in these connectors and other parts to find those hard-to-find electronic components they are seeking.

Bare printed circuit boards

Manufactured largely in China, bare printed circuit boards are becoming increasingly popular. Many overseas companies make these boards, alongside other specialized electrical components. Bare circuit boards (which also go by the names rigid boards or flexible boards) don’t have any mounted electrical components. Because of that feature, it’s necessary for companies to print, plate, or photo print paths for electrical currents. These paths are typically printed on separate laminates.

These days, most of us rely heavily on electronics in nearly every aspect of our daily lives. Electronic components are found in nearly every part of our computers, and they are in electrical circuits, motherboards, logic boards on hard disks, and in the video cards that allow us to play those impressive computer games we love so much. In the case of things like transformers and inductors, these electronic components are combined in various ways to perform specialized tasks.

These are just a few of the current trends in electronics components. As with most things in the tech world, these trends change at breakneck speed and what’s popular today could be obsolete next week. Although that can be frustrating when it comes to keeping up, it’s also exciting, too, because it means that great things are always on the horizon. As the world of electronics components continues to change and improve, the new possibilities presented by the industry grow and expand, and new technologies emerge allowing us to take more and more advantage of the possibilities presented to us by. With so much of our lives played out with the help of electronics, these trends and others that will emerge in the future will have profound impact on how we live, play, do business, connect with one another, and relate to the world around us. Electronics components will continue to improve, becoming more powerful and capable of more and more amazing things.

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