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microcircuitry

[¦mī·krō′sər·kə·trē]
(electronics)
Electronic circuit structures that are orders of magnitude smaller and lighter than circuit structures produced by the most compact combinations of discrete components. Also known as microelectronic circuitry; microminiature circuitry.
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Our insurance claims data shows that equipment with microcircuitry is likely to break down in new ways that are difficult to diagnose and repair.
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This is because of the differences in the microcircuitry and components that go into making each type of device.
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That microcircuitry also makes it vulnerable to attack.
Methods for preserving brain microcircuitry through the use of brain slices have allowed the complex organization of the mammalian brain to be studied at the cellular level.
Conducted in the Laboratory of Neural Microcircuitry at EPFL in Switzerland, and led by Michel Giugliano and University of Trieste professor Laura Ballerini, the study may be a major step in the search to find ways to "bypass" faulty brain wiring.
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In the complete assemblage, an upper, transparent layer printed with a web of digital signal-processing microcircuitry would control a lower layer of electronic-ink microcapsules,
Irvine Sensors, headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, is primarily engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of specialized microcircuitry and high density electronics intended for use in a wide variety of military and commercial applications.
In particular, "electronic voting systems are a source of worry because they perform their work in microcircuitry not readily accessible to examination, and they often leave no tangible record of what they have done," says Michael I.
That now allows these nanotubes to be used for a wide range of applications, such as cosmetics, electronics and microcircuitry, and additives for paints, polymers, plastics and composites.