We are designing a board based on ICL Y and we are referring " 575901_ICL_Y42_LPDDR4_RDK_SCH_REV1P3" as reference schematics for our design. We are using soldered SOC in our design, no socket. We see "SOCKET COMPENSATION" capacitors for most of the SOC power nets. Do we need them to keep in our schematics and layout for any purpose or we can keep only soldered version decaps as recommended in PDG?
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