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decoupling capacitors.
 
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"I can only recall using less than 1uF decoupling cap in one circuit in the last 8 or so years ... 100nF bypass caps [0.1 uF bypass caps] are so 1990s.  If someone tells you that should be the standard value, you should be careful about what other bad or outdated advice they may be dispensing." -- [http://massmind.org/techref/postbot.asp?by=thread&id=%5BEE%5D+1%2E0+uF+Decoupling+Cap+%2D+A+Must%3F&w=body&tgt=post one post in the PICList Thread (EE) "1.0 uF Decoupling Cap - A Must?"] by Olin
 
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* 1uF through-hole caps for solderless breadboard
 
* 1uF 0805 ceramic caps for [[dead bug style]] prototyping and custom PCBs
 
  
 
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