This paper describes a number of basic digital and analog fluidic devices and illustrates how they are used to develop a variety of functional networks. Jet wall-attachment and beam deflection elements are used for the discussion because of their predominant usage and ease of understanding. Example networks include the common binary counter and analog amplifier as well as more specialized networks for pulse-synchronization and heterodyning.
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