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circuitry

Line breaks: cir|cuit¦ry
Pronunciation: /ˈsəːkɪtri
 
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Definition of circuitry in English:

noun (plural circuitries)

[mass noun]
1Electric circuits collectively: solid state circuitry
More example sentences
  • The source uses two or more electrodes for ionization and control, and solid state circuitry for operation.
  • Tunable lasers are fabricated using complex methods and require sophisticated and integrated control circuitry.
  • Intelligence is quick feedback that miniature circuitry enables.
1.1A circuit or system of circuits performing a particular function in an electronic device: switching circuitry
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  • Designers will have to put the necessary circuitry in their handheld devices.
  • Electronic circuitry surrounding the sensors amplifies and processes the neuron signals, which are extremely weak.
  • Instead of film, the camera has electronic circuitry like a video camera.

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