electronics

[n] - the branch of physics that deals with the emission and effects of electrons and with the use of electronic devices
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Electronics

1) On a tape machine, the housing for and the channel circuitry which processes the signal to be fed to the heads, provide bias, and playback.
2) The branch of science dealing with the behaviour of electrons/charges in vacuums, gases, semiconductors and special conductors.
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electronics

noun the branch of physics that deals with the emission and effects of electrons and with the use of electronic devices
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electronics

branch of physics and electrical engineering that deals with the emission, behaviour, and effects of electrons and with electronic devices.[22 related articles]
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Electronics

[magazine] Electronics was an American trade journal that covered the radio industry and its later spin-offs in the mid to late 1900s. Published by McGraw-Hill and Penton Publishing (near the end of its run), its first issue was dated in April 1930. Generally a monthly magazine, its frequency and page count varied with the state of the indu
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Electronics

Electronics is the branch of physics, engineering and technology dealing with electrical circuits that involve active electrical components such as vacuum tubes, transistors, diodes and integrated circuits, and associated passive interconnection technologies. The nonlinear behaviour of active components and their ability to control electron flows
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electronics

branch of science and technology dealing with the motion of charge carriers in vacuum, gas or semiconductor, the resulting electric conduction phenomena, and their applications NOTE 1 - Phenomena and applications such as electric arc welding, ignition sparks in motors, corona effect are generally excluded from electronics. NOTE 2 - In French, the t
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electronics

the field of electrical engineering which exploits the property of asymmetric conductivity displayed by certain materials, alone or in combination with others e.g. semiconductors, transistors, thyristors, microprocessor control devices
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electronics

electronics, science and technology based on and concerned with the controlled flow of electrons or other carriers of electric charge, especially in semiconductor devices. It is one of the principal branches of electrical engineering. The invention of the transistor, announced in 1948, and the subse...
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electronics

Branch of science that deals with the emission of electrons from conductors and semiconductors, with the subsequent manipulation of these electrons, and with the construction of electronic devices. The first electronic device was the thermionic valve, or vacuum tube, in which electrons moved in a vacuum, and led to such inventions as radio, televis
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Electronics

Commonly refers to the depth finders, and fish locaters used by anglers.
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