SMTC Glossary of Terms
Cache is a relatively small amount of intermediate computing memory that is faster, but more expensive, than main memory and where the most frequently used information is stored for fast access by a processor.
Capacitors are simple, non-semiconductor electrical components, the current through which is related to the rate at which voltage changes across it.
Chip-On-Board (COB) is a method of affixing unencapsulated chips on to printed circuit boards using a wire bonding process.
Chip Scale Packaging is a method of using integrated circuits (chips) without encapsulating them in epoxy, thereby utilizing less space on the circuit board.