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  • 1 Two-wire circuit — A two wire circuit is characterized by supporting transmission in two directions simultaneously, as opposed to four wire circuits, which have separate pairs for transmit and receive. In either case they are twisted pairs. Telephone lines are… …

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  • 2 two-wire circuit —    See circuit, two wire …

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  • 3 circuit, two-wire —    A metallic circuit formed by two conductors insulated from each other …

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  • 4 Four-wire circuit — In telecommunication, a four wire circuit is a two way circuit using two paths so arranged that the respective signals are transmitted in one direction only by one path and in the other direction by the other path. Late in the 20th century,… …

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  • 5 four-wire circuit —    Circuit with two pairs of conductors, one for outbound channels and the other for returning channels …

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  • 6 four-wire circuit —    A transmission system in which two half duplex circuits, consisting of two wires each, are combined to create one full duplex circuit …

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  • 7 Two-phase electric power — Two phase electrical power was an early 20th century polyphase alternating current electric power distribution system. Two circuits were used, with voltage phases differing by 90 degrees. Usually circuits used four wires, two for each phase. Less …

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  • 8 Wire wrap — This article deals with electronics manufacturing and prototyping techniques, see Wire wrap jewellery for the jewellery related topic Wire wrap is a technique for constructing small numbers of complex electronics assemblies. It is an alternative… …

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  • 9 Circuit switching — is a methodology of implementing a telecommunications network in which two network nodes establish a dedicated communications channel (circuit) through the network before the nodes may communicate. The circuit guarantees the full bandwidth of the …

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  • 10 Circuit breaker — For other uses, see Circuit breaker (disambiguation). An air circuit breaker for low voltage (less than 1000 volts) power distribution switchgear …

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  • 11 Wire — For other uses, see Wire (disambiguation). Wires overhead A wire is a single, usually cylindrical, flexible strand or rod of metal. Wires are used to bear mechanical loads and to carry electricity and telecommunications signals. Wire is commonly… …

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  • 12 Circuit diagram — Comparison of pictorial and schematic styles of circuit diagrams …

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  • 13 Two-port network — A Two Port Network (or four terminal network or quadripole) is an electrical circuit or device with two pairs of terminals (i.e., the circuit connects two dipoles). Two terminals constitute a port if they satisfy the essential requirement known… …

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  • 14 Wire spring relay — A wire spring relay is a type of relay, primarily manufactured by the Western Electric Company for use by the Bell System in electromechanical telephone exchanges. It was licenced for use around the world, and was commonplace in Japan. A wire… …

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  • 15 Circuit bending — Probing for bends using a jeweler s screwdriver and alligator clips Circuit bending is the creative customization of the circuits within electronic devices such as low voltage, battery powered guitar effects, children s toys and small digital… …

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  • 16 circuit, four-wire —    A circuit using two one way transmission paths that can be two carrier paths or two pairs (four wires) of metallic conductors …

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  • 17 Single-wire earth return — (SWER) or single wire ground return is a single wire transmission line for supplying single phase electrical power from an electrical grid to remote areas at low cost. It is principally used for rural electrification, but also finds use for… …

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  • 18 Inter-Integrated Circuit — I²C (für Inter Integrated Circuit, meistens gesprochen als I Quadrat C oder englisch I squared C) ist ein von Philips Semiconductors entwickelter serieller Datenbus. Er wird hauptsächlich geräteintern für die Kommunikation zwischen verschiedenen… …

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  • 19 Integrated circuit piezoelectric sensor — An Integrated circuit piezoelectric or ICP sensor is used to measure piezoelectricity in circuitry.ICP is an acronym for integrated circuit piezoelectric , and is a registered trademark of PCB Group, Inc.(1,603,466), parent company of PCB… …

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  • 20 Inter Integrated Circuit Bus — I²C I²C (pour Inter Integrated Circuit Bus) est le nom du bus historique, développé par Philips pour les applications de domotique et d’électronique domestique au début des années 1980, notamment pour permettre de relier facilement à un… …

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