Electronics pertains to the development of electronic components (other than optoelectronic components), including integrated circuits, multilayer printed circuit boards, and surface-mounted components, such as capacitors and resistors, that improve performance and capacity and, in many cases, reduce product size.

See also:
"Electronics" is in the NAICS Code "443"
(Electronics and Appliance StoresElectronics and Appliance Stores)


"Electronics" is in the UNSPSC Code "60106104"
Electronics or electricity teaching aids or materials

Ref: 123911/2006-10-03


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Development (Development means the carrying out of building, ...)
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