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from the wafer these circuits are then called chips or dice. Position A type of index for an aperture in an aperture list which is a number from 1 to the number of apertures in the aperture list. (Contrast with active component. A system where engineers create a design and see the proposed product in front of them on a graphics screen or in the form of a computer printout or plot. An electrode in a transistor that collects electrons or holes.
A netlist can be "captured" (extracted electronically on a computer) from a properly prepared CAE schematic. A net other than a power or ground net. The amount of boost at cruise causes much needed HP when needed. Sputtering A deposition process wherein a surface, or target, is immersed in an inert-gas plasma and is bombarded by ionized molecules that eject surface atoms. On closer inspection, one can see the individual (usually rectangular- or square-shaped) integrated circuits which form a uniform patchwork quite unlike the surface of a music. A laser photoplotter is capable of more accurate and consistent plots than a vector photoplotter. Number of terms defined: 240 For hard-to-find words related to PCB Design and Manufacturing, please email me, John Walt Childers, CID: John Walt Childers, CID, and I will respond sooner or later with the term defined and update this glossary as well.
I had to rush my throne sitting, and proceed with the flashing. Published by Butterworth-Heinemann, 225 Wildwood Avenue, Woburn, MA 01801. When one is looking at a soft copy he is viewing the document as displayed on a computer monitor. Positive noun A developed image of photoplotted film, where the areas selectively exposed by the photo plotter appear black, and unexposed areas are clear.