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When most people look at a schematic drawing, all they see is a sea of interconnected components with no rhyme or reason combining them. However, most circuits are actually a collection of circuit patterns. A circuit pattern is a common way of arranging components to accomplish an electronic task. Experienced circuit designers can look at a circuit and see the patterns that are being used. Instead of a mass of unrelated components, a circuit designer will look at a schematic and perceive a few basic patterns being implemented in a coherent way.
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- Basic Resistor Circuit Patterns
- Copyright Year