microelectronic circuitry

microelectronic circuitry

[¦mī·krō·i‚lek′trän·ik ′sər·kə·trē]
(electronics)
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The net result of this sequential infiltration synthesis is deeper, more precise patterning of the substrate which can dramatically improve the performance of the resulting microelectronic circuitry,
Cary Pint, the assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Vanderbilt University, and his team have developed the first supercapacitor that is made out of silicon so it can be built into a silicon chip along with the microelectronic circuitry that it powers.
The units contain built-in microelectronic circuitry to deliver a clean voltage output signal.
scientific equipment and medical apparatus or equipment where the application of microelectronic circuitry or other technology of at least similar sophistication is an essential element (for example, Federal Supply Classification (FSC) Group 65, Class 6515, medical diagnostic equipment; Class 6525, x-ray equipment; FSC Group 66, Class 6630, chemical analysis instruments; Class 6665, geographical and astronomical instruments, largely composed of the types of equipment exempted under this paragraph); and
They believe, however, that liquid DNA will prove useful both in understanding DNA better and in improving genetic engineering and microelectronic circuitry.
These devices are sensitive to picograms of mass loading but demonstrate the added advantage of compatibility with on-chip microelectronic circuitry. One application demonstrating the potential for clinical use has been the detection of bacterial contaminants in milk (38).
Umar Mohideen of the University of California, Riverside calls the new work "a major advancement for the future of MEMS technology." MEMS stands for microelectromechanical systems, which combine tiny mechanical components, such as gears and levers, with microelectronic circuitry (SN: 7/22/00, p.56).
This direct flow technology, combined with advanced microelectronic circuitry, provides the Palltronic Flowstar the high accuracy and precision required to perform automated Forward Flow, Water Intrusion and Bubble Point tests, as well as a sequential Forward Flow/Bubble Point test.
Continued advances in microelectronic circuitry are resulting in a spectacular decrease in the cost of memory and microprocessor hardware; these price reductions have helped to accelerate the proliferation of data terminals, desktop computers, word processors and personal/home computers.
Washington, Sept 29 (ANI): Experts in Midwest are developing microelectronic circuitry that could rewire brain connections that get damaged by trauma.
It's also compact enough for personal computers and smart cards, which incorporate microelectronic circuitry. Several products, including software for secure Internet access and for remote teaching or videoconferencing, already use the Rijndael system.
Washington, Sept 28 (ANI): Kansas University Medical Centre researchers are developing microelectronic circuitry that could rewire brain connections that get damaged by trauma.

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