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With electronics and time measurements, you will find those terms used often: milli, micro, nano, pico. What do they mean?

With electronics and time measurements, you will find those terms used often: milli, micro, nano, pico.

This post is a quick reference to what each of them means.

The order I used is important to remember what they mean: repeat it a few times, milli-micro-nano-pico and you’ll remember them the next time.

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