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The Engineering Language by Ronald Hanifan

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DAISY CHAIN    In electrical and electronic engineering, a daisy chain is a wiring scheme in which device A is wired to device B, device B is wired to device C, device C is wired to device D, and so forth. Connections do not form webs (device C cannot be directly connected to device A), nor do they loop back from the last device to the first. Daisy chains may be used for power, analog signals, digital data, or a combination thereof.

DAMAGE    The partial or total loss of hardware caused by component failure; exposure of hardware to heat, fire, or other environments; human errors or other inadvertent events or conditions.

DAMPING    (1) The progressive ...

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