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microelectronic

The miniaturization of electronic circuits. See chip.
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According to report published by Grand View Research, The global microelectronic medical implants market size was valued at USD 24.80 billion in 2016 and is expected to develop at a CAGR of 9.8% during the forecast period.
cea-leti wishes to acquire thin-film repository equipment as part of its research and development activities in microelectronics and photonics.
Customers utilize the products, services and solutions from Palomar Technologies to meet their needs for microelectronic and photonic packaging, complex hybrid assembly and micron-level component attachment.
1 ( ANI ): Kyocera Corporation, a Japanese multinational ceramics and electronics manufacturer have announced that it will construct a new manufacturing plant on the premises of its Kagoshima Sendai manufacturing complex to increase production of ceramic microelectronic packages.
Space Microelectronics; Volume 1: Modern Spacecraft Classification, Failure, and Electrical Component Requirements
Picosun's ALD technology is well-established in production of high quality dielectrics for various microelectronic industry applications.
Microelectronic NH views its acquisition of SM Electronic as a strategic investment, Gigaset added.
Cadence Design Systems is a leader in global electronic design innovation, and offers a network for selected universities, research institutes, and industry advisors to facilitate the sharing of technology expertise in the areas of verification, design and implementation of microelectronic systems.
Fuller has now increased its market knowledge and qualification capabilities in a wide range of microelectronic assembly technologies.
has released its first commercial product, a tritium-based betavoltaic power source that enables low-power microelectronic and sensor applications where battery replacement is difficult, impossible, or life-threatening.
During the operation, a thin 3mm squared microelectronic chip with 1,500 light-sensitive pixels was placed below the retina, with a fine cable running under the skin behind the ear to control the device.
The microelectronic transducers of mechanical quantities define precision and reliability of monitoring systems of processes, environmental propertys, safety of operation of nuclear, thermal, chemical installations, aircrafts, sea objects, etc.

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