hot hole

hot hole

[′hät ‚hōl]
(electronics)
A hole that can move at much greater velocity than normal holes in a semiconductor.
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Motorola's papers at the NVM Workshop include: - "Warm Carrier Programming of Si Nanocrystalline Memories" - "Local Charge Storage in Silicon Nanocrystalline Memories" - "An Embedded 90nm SONOS flash EEPROM Utilizing Hot Electron Injection Programming and 2-sided Hot Hole Injection Erase" - "Validation of a Predictive SONOS Model"
Drills and metal-working machines roar in a stifling hot hole cut into a cement wall.
True North drill crews have provided more flashy results, including one hot hole with 75 feet averaging .
That's because the sun resides in a warm, relatively gas-free region of the Milky Way -- a huge, hot hole in space.
The results also demonstrate that degradation and breakdown are not due to the trapping of hot holes that is commonly believed.
Some tools are lowered on a mechanical line, or slickline, that provides no digital communication with the surface: These are known as memory tools, and they are deployed where cable specifications would be inadequate, for example, in very hot holes where temperatures are greater than 400 |degrees~ C.
The SHARP tool has completed field tests in hot holes in Italy and the Austin chalk in the U.