A CDE Definition
The copper lines (sometimes aluminum) on a printed circuit board (PCB) that allow electricity to flow between electronic components. See wire trace.
A conductive line (pathway) in a printed circuit board that allows electricity to flow from one electronic device to another. In a chip, wire traces are typically called "tracks."
Traces on a Board
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