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Definition of Microcircuitry
1. [n -TRIES]
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Literary usage of Microcircuitry
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1. The Medical Implications of Nuclear War by Fredric Solomon (1986)
"Nonetheless, in theory such pulses could be highly damaging to microcircuitry. Because of the partial test ban treaty (1963) and the highly sensitive nature ..."
2. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"... environment and functional testing; laser trackers and electromagnetic radar sensors; hybrid microcircuitry design; and smoke characterization facility. ..."
3. Security for Dial Up Linesby Eugene F. Troy by Eugene F. Troy (1992)
"The newer encryption methods can only be done efficiently by computers or special microcircuitry. There is a standard method that was developed under the ..."
4. New Materials Society, Challenges and Opportunities: New Materials Markets (1993)
"For the same reason, discussion of the use of metals and polymers in electronic microcircuitry and of metals in high-strength permanent magnets has been ..."