What is another word for printed circuit?

Pronunciation: [pɹˈɪntɪd sˈɜːkɪt] (IPA)

Printed circuit is a term often used when referring to modern electronic devices or gadgets. However, there are other synonyms that can be used to describe this technology. Some of these synonyms include PCB (printed circuit board), etched circuit board, or simply circuit board. These terms refer to the same thing, which is a board made of a non-conductive material such as fiberglass or plastic, on which conductive paths or "traces" are printed to allow the flow of electrons and data between the various components of an electronic device. While each term may have slight differences in usage or context, they ultimately refer to the same vital piece of technology that powers most of the electronics we use today.

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What are the hyponyms for Printed circuit?

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Famous quotes with Printed circuit

  • She looked down a slope, needing to squint for the sunlight, onto a vast sprawl of houses which had grown up all together, like a well-tended crop, from the dull brown earth; and she thought of the time she’d opened a transistor radio to replace a battery and seen her first printed circuit. The ordered swirl of houses and streets, from this high angle, sprang at her now with the same unexpected, astonishing clarity as the circuit card had. Though she knew even less about radios than about Southern Californians, there were to both outward patterns a hieroglyphic sense of concealed meaning, of an intent to communicate. There’d seemed no limit to what the printed circuit could have told her (if she had tried to find out); so in her first minute of San Narciso, a revelation also trembled just past the threshold of her understanding.
    Thomas Pynchon

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