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A territorial or geographical division of a country or state.

A circuit is the judicial territory over which a court has the jurisdiction to hear cases.

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a periodical journey made to an area by judges. The regularity of the practice led to the administrative divisions of the English court service being described as circuits. The Scottish High Court of Justiciary still sits on circuit around Scotland.
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For the comparison, we implemented the two methods in hardware circuits using Xilinx FPGA Virtex-7 XC7V2000T.
Caption: Figure 9: Photograph of the experimental prototype for the memristive BPF chaotic circuit: (a) is a global graph of digital oscilloscope connecting with hardware circuit breadboard, whereas (b) is an enlarged view of proposed hardware circuit breadboard.
Therefore the ZigBee and additional hardware circuit receives the data and a wake up signal was sent and the MC which wakes up, receives data and display on the LCD.
Figure 7(a) shows the results when input signals of 1 Hz, 2 Hz, 5 Hz, 10 Hz, and 25 Hz with 1 V sinusoidal signals are applied to the hardware circuit.

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