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2010-06-28 Stanford top engineer weighs in on CMOS outlook
EE Times recently sat down with James Plummer, dean of Stanford's school of engineering, for a wide ranging interview on the outlook for CMOS, engineering, education and globalization.
2013-12-05 Stanford team says stanene may be better than graphene
The new material, according to the researchers, conduct electricity on next-generation microchips with "100 percent efficiency" at room temperature and above.
2002-12-20 Stanford advanced nano facility to house FEI systems
Stanford University has established an advanced nanocharacterization facility in collaboration with FEI Co.
2002-01-17 Picosecond signs license agreement with Stanford
Picosecond Pulse Labs Inc. has signed an exclusive global patent license agreement with Stanford University develop a high-bandwidth products based on nonlinear transmission line technologies.
2004-04-30 IBM, Stanford team up on spintronics
Can chipmakers somehow find a way to defy Ohm's Law by working with an electron's spin instead of its charge?
2013-02-19 A*STAR, Stanford to advance NEMS switches
The nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) switch technology is aimed at improving the energy efficiency of mobile devices and ultra low power digital systems.
2001-06-06 SXT-289 balanced amplifier configuration
This application note provides information about using the SXT-289 amplifiers in a balanced configuration.
2001-06-05 SXH-189 new bias scheme
This application note describes a bias circuit for the SXH-189 common-emitter amplifier that provides better operation over temperature and device process variation, especially at hot temperatures, without affecting RF performance.
2001-06-05 SXA/SXT-289 new bias scheme
This application note describes a bias circuit for the SXA/SXT-289 common-emitter amplifier that provides better operation over temperature and device process variation, especially at hot temperatures, without affecting RF performance.
2001-06-05 SGA-6589 wideband (50-1,000MHz) driver circuit
This application note describes how to design a versatile, wideband RF driver application circuit using the SGA-6589 medium power cascadable gain block.
2001-06-06 SGA-2486 gain flatness compensation circuit
This application note describes the SGA-2486 wideband, cascadable gain block that improves gain flatness over a wide frequency range.
2014-07-24 Self-cooling PV cells offer mass-market appeal
A group of researchers discovered a way to let solar cells cool by themselves by adding a specially patterned layer of silica glass to the surface of ordinary solar cells.
2013-10-02 Researchers demonstrate carbon nanotube powered computer
Stanford researchers hope to revitalise carbon-nanotube development efforts by surmounting its problems with a CMOS compatible process they call "imperfection-immune design".
2008-01-18 Researchers boost Li-ion battery life with nanowires
Researchers from Stanford University have created a prototype that uses silicon nanowire electrodes to extend the life of Li-ion batteries.
2001-06-05 Replacing the SNA-686 amplifier with a NGA-686
This application note discusses the NGA-686 amplifier as a suitable replacement for the SNA-686, and compares the two devices and the circuit requirements.
2001-06-05 Replacing the SNA-586 amplifier with a NGA-586
This application note discusses the NGA-586 amplifier as a suitable replacement for the SNA-586, and compares the two devices and the circuit requirements.
2001-06-05 Replacing the SCA-4/14 amplifier with a NGA-589
This application note discusses the NGA-589 amplifier as a suitable replacement for the SCA-4/14, and compares the two devices and the circuit requirements.
2001-06-05 Replacement alternatives for the SNA-486
This application note discusses the alternative devices such as the SGA-6386 and the NGA-486 gain blocks that can replace the SNA-486 amplifier.
2001-06-05 Replacement alternatives for the SCA-3/13
This application note discusses the alternative devices such as the SGA-6389 and the NGA-489 gain blocks that can replace the SCA-3/13 amplifier.
2006-01-17 Precision clock generator has 16-digit resolution
Stanford Research Systems' new square wave clock generator can be driven across an RS-232 serial line from a PC, or used in an automated suite using IEEE-488/GPIB control.
2002-05-13 Opportunities abound in display electronics
The display electronics marketplace represents a growth segment for semiconductor suppliers, according to the latest forecasts for display controller and driver components from iSuppli/Stanford Resources Market Intelligence Services.
2015-06-03 Novel carbon mat'l boosts supercapacitor performance
Stanford University researchers created a 'designer carbon' that features exceptional energy-storage capacity, enabling unprecedented performance in lithium-sulfur batteries and supercapacitors.
2014-05-06 Neurogrid board replicates human brain circuitry
The board comprises 16 180nm-processed CMOS chips paired with a daughterboard and FPGA, and employs a combination of hardware emulation and software simulation to mimic the behaviours of neurons and synapses on the power it takes to run a tablet computer.
2004-08-25 LCD panel oversupply to trigger price cuts
A combination of slower than expected demand and an onslaught of new fab capacity has created an oversupply of large LCD panels, likely stimulating price cuts for at least another quarter, says market research firm iSuppli/Stanford Resources.
2006-08-23 Hot Chips conference showcases high-performance architectures
The 18th annual Hot Chips conference featured presentations on the latest multicore solutions for servers and workstations and highly parallel processors for embedded apps.
2005-03-16 Guru plumbs nanotech in all dimensions
For the most part, nano research activities are not that futuristic, says Yoshio Nishi of Stanford University.
2015-06-02 Elastic high-capacity batteries developed using wood pulp
KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stanford University researchers have come up with a way to create elastic high-capacity batteries using wood-based aerogel material.
2014-10-16 Early-warning system cuts fire risk for Li-ion batteries
Scientists at Stanford University developed a "smart" lithium-ion battery that claims to give sufficient warning before it overheats and burns.
2007-03-19 After some gaming, PS3 can do protein folding
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced that its PS3 systems will be able to connect to Stanford University's Folding@home distributed computing program.
2014-11-26 'Nanoreactor' helps scientists discover new drugs
Stanford chemists created a computer model that could help discover chemical reactions and mechanisms that improve the efficiency of fuel combustion or batteries, or reveal opportunities for new drugs.
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