planar device

planar device

[′plā·nər di‚vīs]
(electronics)
A semiconductor device having planar electrodes in parallel planes, made by alternate diffusion of p- and n-type impurities into a substrate.
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That approach, however, requires a perfectly planar device presentation to the contactor to ensure that both the force and sense lines make contact.
Conventional systems have many large components, whereas the compact, fully planar device developed at UCSC allows the study of atoms and molecules on a chip-based platform with integrated optics.
The TIM is a planar device composed of a translating center shuttle connected by slender legs on both sides to bond pads anchored to the silicon wafer.
Designated the WDBR Series, the dynamic braking resistor enables the replacement of bulky wirewound devices with a low-inductance, flameproof, intrinsically safe planar device that is rated for ultra-high temperatures.
The reasons for this stem from the uniformity and composition flexibility and control that garnet films offer, making them compatible with photolithography for the fabrication of smaller, lower cost and reproducible planar device structures.
MOS (Metal oxide Semiconductor)-Varactor is a planar device, conventionally fabricated in CMOS technology.
With their Trench construction, the IGBTs offer a smaller size than planar devices, providing higher current density and lower thermal resistance, without compromising performance and reliability.
These are typically planar devices with larger cell pitch.
It describes wave propagation in magneto-dialectric materials, including meter, kilogram, and second and centimeter, gram, and second systems of units, basic definitions and terms, free magnetic energy and wave propagation, wave propagation in ordered magnetic materials, Kramers-Kronig equations, and specialized applications toward planar composite configurations in which electromagnetic waves propagate in a specific direction, with a focus on films, multilayers, and planar devices.
Sensors are available in a number of configurations, but the ones most suitable for coatings applications are small, thin planar devices consisting of two interlocking comb-like electrodes.
Three-dimensional integration is a system level architecture/technology for designing and fabricating complementary metal-oxide semiconductors wherein multiple layers of planar devices are stacked and vertically interconnected through the silicon substrate.
BeSang's vertical flash memory has been designed and developed to be implemented using BeSang's proprietary single-chip 3D IC since the 3D IC is more efficient with vertical than planar devices," said Sang-Yun Lee, CEO of BeSang.