from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An electric circuit consisting of miniaturized components.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An electronic device, usually fabricated by photolithography, that is very small and implements several components or their equivalent; an integrated circuit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a microelectronic computer circuit incorporated into a chip or semiconductor; a whole system rather than a single component
Wessel says that perhaps the microcircuit is the orange clownfish Marlin and the Blue Brain is the blue regal tang Dory and together they are searching for Nemo: an understanding of how consciousness emerges from the soggy three-pound mass of nerve and glial cells we call the brain.
Said EMP has deactivated every electrical system and high-tech microcircuit in this building and for several blocks around, so trying to flip any alarm would be quite futile.
The shiny new microcircuit elements lay in straight, neat rows encased in padded containers.
Pucky, Ras Tschubai, Jenner and Dr. Sorowski had returned long since to the house by the spaceport, since all of their microcircuit units had been installed.
Nevertheless he opened the compartment and was shocked to see that the microcircuit was sitting properly in its slot.
The key microcircuit elements are about the size of a finger.
So it shouldn't be difficult to install those microcircuit modules.
Rob Cockerill, photovoltaic marketing manager for DuPont's microcircuit-materials business, said the company's Solamet metallization paste, which is made from silver and other materials, collects electricity produced by the photovoltaic cell and transports it out of the cell.
The restricted items included digital microcircuit parts used in F-14 fighter aircraft, ceramic body armor issued to U.S. troops in Iraq and a cesium-technology timing unit that ensures the accuracy of global positioning systems.
He remembered the fog lifting from San Francisco Bay, and Ishmael saying I can see rooms … see inside the walls, even know the tiniest wire and microcircuit … but it all means nothing.
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