In electrical engineering, a safety device that protects electric circuits from the effects of excessive electric currents. A fuse commonly consists of a current-conducting strip or wire of easily fusible metal; whenever the circuit is made to carry a current larger than that for which it is intended, the strip melts to interrupt it.
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"Anti-Fuse Circuit of Semiconductor Device and Methods of Testing Internal Circuit Block Thereof" in Patent Application Approval Process
Sep 11, 2013; By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Electronics Newsweekly -- A patent application by the inventors Choi, Ahn (Gyeonggi-do,...