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electronic circuit

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′sər·kət]
(electronics)
An electric circuit in which the equilibrium of electrons in some of the components (such as electron tubes, transistors, or magnetic amplifiers) is upset by means other than an applied voltage.
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Associate Professor Joseph Chang, leader of the NTU Singapore research group said their unique printing technique has made mass production of cheap disposable electronic circuits possible.
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Under the contracts, announced on Thursday, API will supply electro-mechanical enclosures, including electronic circuit cards for mission-critical laser targeting and imaging systems.
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According to AFP, an automatic error message was sent at 0214 GMT Monday, claiming a "fault in an electronic circuit" during its flight from Rio de Janeiro towards Paris.

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