Inexpensive chip-based device may transform spectrometry
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Inexpensive chip-based device may transform spectrometry

Tiny device could replace expensive lab-scale equipment for many applications. Spectrometers — devices that distinguish different wavelengths of light and are used to determine the chemical composition of everything from laboratory materials to distant stars — are large devices...

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Murata’s 3D Silicon Capacitors
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Murata’s 3D Silicon Capacitors

Murata high-density silicon capacitors are developed with a semiconductor MOS process and are using the third dimension to substantially increase the capacitor surface and thus its capacitance without increasing the capacitor footprint. Murata silicon technology is based on a monolithic...

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Nano-sandwiches in Electronics Significantly Reduce Risk of Overheating
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Nano-sandwiches in Electronics Significantly Reduce Risk of Overheating

A new study about "Reduction of overheating of 2D materials" published in the Journal of Advanced Materials. The work put behind the study is credited to the researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Engineering. By joining together two-dimensional materials used...

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Revolutionizing Electric Field Measuring Techniques
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Revolutionizing Electric Field Measuring Techniques

Nowadays, electrical fields are being used not only in electrical engineering, but also for industrial, weather forecasting, safety, and medical applications. As a result, the need for a precise electric field strength measurement device has become increasingly high, and many...

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Transistors- The 70-year-old invention that changed the world
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Transistors- The 70-year-old invention that changed the world

Its been 70 years since the fundamental building block of electronics was created, and it has been getting smaller, and better since then. The invention that won the Nobel prize for John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Shockley in 1956 revolutionized electronics and made it into...

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New Ultrathin Semiconductors Can Make More Efficient and Ten Times Smaller Transistors Than Silicon
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New Ultrathin Semiconductors Can Make More Efficient and Ten Times Smaller Transistors Than Silicon

The researchers at Stanford University have discovered two ultrathin semiconductors – hafnium diselenide and zirconium diselenide. They share or even exceed some of the very important characteristics of silicon. Silicon has a great property of forming "rust" or silicon dioxide (SiO2)...

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Prosthetics Feeling Is Now Possible With This Implantable Chip By Imec
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Prosthetics Feeling Is Now Possible With This Implantable Chip By Imec

Imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nano-electronics and digital technology, announced last month its prototype implantable chip that aims to give patients more intuitive control over their arm prosthetics. The thin-silicon chip is said to be world’s first for...

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What is Embedded FPGA — Known as eFPGA
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What is Embedded FPGA — Known as eFPGA

Today’s market requirements change faster than the typical development time for a new device or the ability of designers of SoCs to know. To solve this problem, FPGAs/MCUs are used so developers can change the configuration/firmware later. As known, MCU IP is static and you can't...

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