Q: What is Through-Hole Assembly
A: Through-hole assembly is a printed circuit board (PCB) assembly method where electronic components are inserted into holes drilled in the PCB. The components are then soldered onto the board using through-hole soldering techniques. This method is commonly used for more significant components requiring higher mechanical strength or heat dissipation. Through-hole assembly provides a more reliable connection than surface mount technology; however, it is typically more time-consuming and expensive.