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schematic

a schematic diagram, esp of an electrical circuit
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schematic

A graphical representation of a system. It often refers to electronic circuits on a printed circuit board or in an integrated circuit (chip). See logic gate and HDL.


Logic Gate Schematic
This is a small digital circuit that might be one of thousands in a chip. The symbols are the logic gates.
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