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2014-11-17 Self-heating limits noise in microwave amplifiers
Chalmers University of Technology scientists showed how noise in a microwave amplifier is limited by self-heating at very low temperatures, which can be useful in quantum computers and radio astronomy.
2008-03-27 Speedy chip secret ingredient: Carbon
Researchers at the University of Maryland claim that carbon transistors could outperform the fastest chip materials, including indium antimonide.
2004-06-17 SOI mobility harmed by scattering, Toshiba researchers report
As silicon-on-insulator CMOS devices shrink into the ultra-thin body range, carrier mobility in fully depleted silicon-on-insulator transistors is affected adversely by scattering effects, a team of researchers based at Toshiba Corp. reported here at the IEEE 2004 Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop.
2003-04-07 RSoft, NLCS team to enhance simulation tool
RSoft Design Group Inc. has collaborated with Nonlinear Control Strategies to introduce advanced modeling of gain, carrier induced change of the refractive index, and spontaneous emission capabilities to LaserMOD.
2015-12-24 Recent revelations on non-volatile memory conduction
There is a continuing work at IBM Zurich that has just provided us with new and important insights into non-volatile memory, as well as an intriguing mystery. Read this to learn more.
2003-10-02 High-k, strained Si leaving the lab
With performance improvements getting harder to wring out of CMOS by transistor shrinks, researchers are increasingly turning to strained silicon, high-k oxides, and different types of on-chip silicon-crystal orientation.
2011-11-11 Graphene beats ITO in UV LED current spreading
Researchers from South Korea and U.S. said graphene-based transparent contact to a GaN-based UV LED shows superior transmission in UV.
2013-04-10 Enabling superior FinFET predictability
Find out how 3D physical simulation tools can be used to provide superior FinFET predictability.
2014-10-20 Carbon nanotubes find their way into storage devices
Carbon nanotube technology presents potential applications to a wide spectrum of uses, with memory and storage among them. However, their future, though promising, is relatively open ended at this time.
2014-08-20 Burst-mode camera allows movie shooting at 1 trillion fps
A group of researchers claimed to have developed the world's fastest burst-mode camera that obtains continuous, single-shot, burst-type images without the need for repetitive measurements.
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