Incorporated Circuit (IC)
A small chip, an Incorporated Circuit (IC) is normally made of silicon that has a number of electronic parts including semiconductors and resistors or capacitors. These are usually used today and can be found in most electronic gadgets. Such chips are able to perform calculations and may work as microprocessors, oscillators, and can also store data.
ICs may contain billions of transistors. With the tweaks and technological advancements administered with ICs, the computers of today are able to function with greater efficiency.
ICs are reliable and may be produced in large scopes. With these chips not being costly, ICs are important in that the production of such had contributed in the development and improvement electronic advancement in the global industry.