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thick-film hybrid[‚thik ‚film ′hī·brəd]
An assembly consisting of a thick-film circuit pattern with mounting positions for the insertion of conventional silicon devices.
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The temperature-sensitive oscillator circuitry and a voltage regulator are assembled onto the side of the substrate as well, using thick-film hybrid
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