Electronic system

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A electronic system that is powered by electricity, and it processes informations, datas, or any raw material from input into a desired output for further usage in life.

  1. Inputs - Electrical or mechanical sensors, which take signals from the physical world (in the form of temperature, pressure, etc.) and convert them into electric current and voltage signals.
  2. Signal processing circuits - These consist of electronic components connected together to manipulate, interpret and transform the information contained in the signals.
  3. Outputs - Actuators or other devices that transform current and voltage signals back into human readable information.