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Janice King

Hello Casey:

Thanks for the positive feedback and your question.

An application note is essentially the solution/implementation part of a case study, without mentioning the customer name. The idea is to give an example of how a product is used in the real world, especially for creative or market-specific uses that you might not have predicted in advance.

An application note can be a standalone document or if you have multiple notes, you can organize them into an application guide as described in my book.

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Hi Janice,

Great tips. I encounter this a fair amount. I usually ask the sales rep whether it's useful for their efforts now, without metrics, knowing that we can update later with metrics.

Can you describe what a technical application note is?

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