My board consists of a microcontroller, some RF modules (i.e. bluetooth, wifi, etc), and a few other gadgets.
It is powered by a 12V barrel adapter. I've read conflicting reports whether it's best to use MLCC or tantalum capacitors to bypass the power supply near the board's power input.
I previously thought MLCC's have come a long way and now have made tantalum's nearly obsolete in this regard.
Is there a reason why one may use tantalum 0.1uF and 10uF caps instead of MLCC? Why?