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Manufacturers develop evaluation boards to provide potential users with a convenient means of assessing the behavior of a device within the framework of a validated implementation. These evaluation boards cover a diverse array of types, catering to various functionalities and applications. Examples of evaluation board types encompass analog to digital converters (ADCs), audio amplifiers, digital to analog converters (DACs), complex logic such as field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) and complex programmable logic devices (CPLD), microcontroller units (MCU), digital signal processors (DSP), expansion boards, daughter cards, LED drivers, linear voltage regulators, operational amplifiers (op amps), sensors, radio frequency (RF) modules, RFID modules, DC/DC and AC/DC (off-line) switch-mode power supplies (SMPS), and a multitude of other categories. These evaluation boards play a pivotal role in allowing users to gain insights into the performance and capabilities of specific devices. By providing a known-good implementation, these boards enable prospective users to assess the functionality, features, and integration possibilities of the associated components. This facilitates informed decision-making and empowers users to evaluate how the devices align with their intended applications and requirements. The wide range of evaluation board types reflects the diverse applications and technologies supported by manufacturers. Whether it's assessing the performance of analog circuits, exploring the capabilities of digital signal processing, or integrating wireless communication modules, there are evaluation boards tailored to address various technical domains and industry-specific requirements. In summary, evaluation boards serve as valuable tools for prospective users to characterize the behavior of devices within validated implementations. With a broad spectrum of types covering diverse functionalities and applications, these boards enable comprehensive assessments of device performance, features, and integration possibilities, empowering users to make informed decisions regarding their technological implementations.