If ceramic capacitors lose their capacitance values quickly with increasing voltage (for example most capacitors I looked at from Murata and TDK have a curve like this)
how do IC manufacturers specify what capacitances to use? For example if they say to use a 10uF capacitor - does that mean I should a find a capacitor that will give me 10uF at the voltage I'm operating at ? Or do they say this knowing that the 10uF cap I use will be lower to some extent?
Thanks in advance!