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circuitry

1. the design of an electrical circuit
2. the system of circuits used in an electronic device

circuitry

[′sər·kə·trē]
(electricity)
The complete combination of circuits used in an electrical or electronic system or piece of equipment.
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When it builds up to a certain level the circuitry discharges, powering the LEDs.
To keep the circuitry compact, Fujitsu Labs developed a "short stub"[5] matching circuit and integrated it with the power-supply circuitry in a way that would further reduce signal losses.
PROBING THE CIRCUITRY In 1994, researchers led by Rosenbaum determined that hearts that go into arrest tend to have a history of beat-to-beat fluctuations in the size of the T wave.
CMOS 9S is the only 0.13-micron technology to take advantage of the performance benefits of SOI, which dramatically improves transistor performance -- up to 35% -- by providing an insulating layer in the silicon base of a chip, thereby isolating the transistor and improving the flow of electrical current to the chip's circuitry.
The AFE contains various circuitry, including RF-amplifier, sample and hold module, and write digital to analog converter (DAC), analog peripheral controller DAC & 3:1 analog multiplexer.
Moreover, the demand for advanced electrical circuitry to operate computers and local area networks (LAN) will continue to increase, as will standards of excellence.
The company's Viper Ultra 800, Viper 600 HF Code Plus, Viper 500 HF Code Plus and Python 1000, all utilize the high-frequency circuitry, which Directed said delivers a more stable signal susceptible to less interference.
Contributors examine molecular signaling in motor circuits, neuron synaptic plasticity, advances in imaging of spinal cord injury, in vivo and in vitro, mapping the circuitry of tactile and sensory function, and inhibitory and excitatory locomotor programs.
Dissipation of static electricity is critical to avoid damage to electronic circuitry and reduce particle build-up on medical devices and surrounding surfaces.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Neuron transplants have repaired brain circuitry and substantially normalized function in mice with a brain disorder, an advance indicating that key areas of the mammalian brain are more reparable than was widely believed.
"Previous studies have tried to tap into this circuitry to help victims of spinal cord injury.