technical characteristics


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technical characteristics

[′tek·nə·kəl ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tiks]
(engineering)
Those characteristics of equipment which pertain primarily to the engineering principles involved in producing equipment possessing desired characteristics, for example, for electronic equipment; technical characteristics include such items as circuitry, and types and arrangement of components.
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