Printed-circuit meaning

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An electric circuit in which the conducting connections have been printed or otherwise deposited in predetermined patterns on an insulating base.
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An electrical circuit formed by applying conductive material in fine lines or other shapes to an insulating sheet, as by printing with electrically conductive ink or by electroplating.
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The interconnection of transistors and other electronic components via pathways made of copper or some other conductive material that is etched or laminated onto a rigid or flexible surface. The "printed" means that the material is deposited onto the substrate and that discrete wires are not used. The printed circuit stems back to the 1940s. See printed circuit board.
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An electrical circuit, generally of copper foil, printed on a substrate dielectric material. A sheet of copper foil is adhered to the substrate, and the unwanted portions of the foil are then removed by a process of silk screen printing, photoengraving, or mechanical milling.The remaining traces of copper foil form the circuit that connects components such as silicon chips mounted on the board. See also printed circuit board.
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