by Dinesh Thakur Category: DIGITAL CONCEPTS

A breadboard is a thin board, sometimes fiberglass and sometimes plastic, with lots of little holes arranged in a grid. Electronics engineers use breadboards to create prototypes of circuit boards by wiring chips, resistors, and other electronic parts onto the board by hand, with the connecting wires running underneath. The term sometimes refers to the finished prototype itself, but more often it's applied to the hole-filled board to which the electronic components are attached.

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