large-scale integration
  • noun an integrated circuit with 500 to 10 000 components.
  • In the classification of ICs, the inclusion of between 3,000 and 100,000 electronic components, such as transistors, on a single chip. This definition required much fewer components only a few years ago, when just 100 or more electronic components qualified for this level of integration. Its abbreviation is LSI.

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