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What is Built-In Self Test (BIST)?
BIST is the capability of a product to perform a functional test of itself. Some support from external equipment may be required. BIST usually involves special logic circuitry in the product to generate input stimuli and analyze test responses.
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2006-02-07 Novel single-electron device formed, claims NIST
Engineers from NTT Corp. have produced a novel design of silicon transistor that is controlled by the motion of individual electrons, according to NIST.
2010-12-02 NIST shows thermogravimetric analysis for nanotube purity
A thermogravimetric analysis technique that places a microbalance atop a quartz crystal enables measurement of microsamples of carbon-nanotubes and coated-nanoparticles.
2006-08-21 NIST scientists release update on bistable atomic switch research
NIST scientists injected a charge that switched a single cobalt atom between two locations on a crystalline substrate. This single-atom oscillator development could become the basis for a future bistable atomic switch.
2007-05-02 NIST issues RFID security guidelines
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has issued guidelines for RFID. The report urges everyone using the technology to evaluate security and privacy risks and use best practices to mitigate them.
2004-05-10 NIST grant to support imprint litho research
The National Institute of Standards and Technology on Wednesday, May 5, 2004 approved funding for development of step-and-flash imprint lithography (S-FIL), with $17.6 million of NIST funds going to a group of companies working on the imprint approach developed at Molecular Imprints Inc. (MII), based in the U.S.
2010-12-20 NIST funds electronics, biotech, nano manufacturing research
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced a technology innovation program for advanced manufacturing research in electronics, biotechnology and nanotechnology.
2002-10-22 NIST announces insulator material testing breakthrough
The U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology has developed a method that will allow semiconductor manufacturers to test potential materials used as insulators for metal wires connecting devices on future microprocessors.
2004-06-07 Motorola wireless radios receive NIST certification
Motorola Inc.'s Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm used in its Canopy wireless broadband radios has been certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for ensuring secure data communication.
2010-02-05 iButton data-logger calibration and NIST certificate FAQs
This application note answers typical questions (FAQs) about calibration, software correction, certification, NIST and traceability.
2014-11-10 Sodium-based hydride shows potential in rechargeable cells
US NIST researchers discovered a safe, inexpensive, sodium-conducting material that claims to outperform all other materials in its class and is seen as cheaper alternative to Li-based conductors.
2003-09-16 Neah Power obtains $2M grant from U.S. government
Neah Power Systems Inc. has announced that it is the recipient of a $2 million grant from the Advanced Technology Program (ATP) of the NIST.
2016-01-04 Nanoparticles carve straight paths on semiconductor surface
Scientists from NIST found that gold particles can operate like snow blowers, boasting a trenching capability that paves the way for innovative uses such as disease diagnosis and DNA forensics.
2004-09-16 Immersion effort looks to new crystals, liquids
Pushing 'wet' 193nm lithography to 45nm half-pitch takes more than water, experts say.
2006-07-10 High-temp superconductivity study progresses
Researchers reported that they are closer to understanding the mechanism behind high-temperature superconductivity.
2004-10-14 Corning, ENrG obtain fund for solid-oxide fuel cell
Corning Inc. and ENrG Inc. have received a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Advanced Technology Program (ATP) award to develop solid-oxide fuel cell technology.
2004-09-03 Chip-scale atomic clock targeted at mobile apps
Researchers at the NIST are claiming a tiny atomic clock they have demonstrated could form the basis of significantly more precise timekeeping than achievable now.
2007-12-10 Secure SoC for HDDs qualifies for FIPS 140-2 Level 3 list
STMicroelectronics has enabled a substantial advance in the security of data stored on HDDs by becoming the first vendor of secure HDD SoC IP to be listed on the U.S. NIST Pre-Validation list for FIPS 140-2 Level 3.
2012-11-21 Researchers grow carbon nanotubes in predefined structures
Researchers from USC and NIST claim to have cleared a key hurdle to carbon nanotube manufacturing with a system which consistently creates nanotubes in a predictable diameter and symmetry.
2011-08-16 New research to enable microwave-based computers
A new microwave technique for performing quantum entanglement was demonstrated by NIST, opening the possibility of microwave-based computers.
2008-01-15 MEMS measurement tech could increase wafer yields
NIST claims that CMOS semiconductor makers could take advantage of its MEMS measurement regime to increase wafer yields by reducing the frequency of failures.
2004-02-02 Labsphere module combines radiometer, spectrograph
Labsphere has developed the OmniLED measurement system that combines a radiometer, spectrograph, and a selection of optical heads to offer fast, repeatable, NIST-traceable LED measurement.
2013-11-19 Industrial Internet consortium to debut by Jan next year
The U.S. NIST is organizing a consortium, which includes AT&T, Cisco Systems, GE, IBM and Intel, that aims to draft an Industrial Internet framework and identify several open-source projects within it.
2010-04-01 Graphene key to hydrogen storage issues
Stacked sheets of graphene may be a promising material for capturing and storing hydrogen for future fuel-cell systems, according to recent research at NIST and the University of Pennsylvania.
2010-05-18 Dimmer switch tailored for quantum computing
NIST has developed a "dimmer switch" for a superconducting circuit linking a quantum bit and a quantum bus.
2009-06-09 Coming soon: Flexible memories
Researchers at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) claim to have developed a flexible memory device that they say is inexpensive and can be easily manufactured.
2011-08-31 Carbon nanotube reliability questionable
NIST researchers are questioning the reliability of carbon nanotubes as tests have revealed that the nanotubes performance slowly deteriorates under constant current.
2011-04-06 Atomic superconductor to enable ultra-precise gyroscopes
NIST researchers have learned that gases cooled to near absolute zero can condense into a superfluid that can be launched around a ring to show perpetual motion, enabling ultra-precise gyroscopes.
2010-03-19 Zigbee, Wi-Fi groups bring wireless nets to smart grid
The Zigbee Alliance and the Wi-Fi Alliance announced are partnering to on wireless home area networks (HAN) for smart grid applications.
2013-08-21 Zigbee IP spec for IPv6 6LoPAN wireless networks
Read about the evolution of IP-based solutions for wireless sensor networks and also the use of the new ZigBee Smart Energy IP stack.
2011-05-30 Zigbee group develops SEP 2 for home area networks
Zigbee Alliance will be developing the Smart Energy Profile 2.0 (SEP 2) to add a second software stack to the standard for home area networks.
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