point contact

point contact

[′pȯint ′kän‚takt]
(electronics)
A contact between a specially prepared semiconductor surface and a metal point, usually maintained by mechanical pressure but sometimes welded or bonded.
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MYSUN will facilitate and undertake design, installation, commissioning and aftersales services and shall be the one point contact for the customers for the lifetime of the system.
Over 200 aspiring entrepreneurs had applied with their different business projects on the Startup portal which was launched in April to provide a single- point contact for the entire startup ecosystem.
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We have positioned it as a single point contact for Indian businessmen and entrepreneurs moving into GCC, apart from the business entities which are based in the region and are involved in the execution of various projects," Sanathkumar said on the sidelines of launching a new series of DHA-compliant health insurance policies.
The flakes make point contact with the wafer while silicon contacts the surrounding area, preventing hot spots.
The center bearing makes point contact with the drive shaft on two points generating the maximum side thrust the bearing can deliver.
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In 1947, John Bardeen and Walter Brattain built the first functioning point contact transistor at Bell Laboratories, It was nearly classified as a military secret, but Bell Labs publicly announced the device in the following year.
For more information on any of the properties at The Point contact the sales office on Deysbrook Lane, West Derby, Liverpool L12 4Y.
The rotary tables are fitted with precision four point contact preloaded ball bearings.
That section is one of the most unnerving as you are doing four point contact movement along the ridge, with the 400m vertical wall of the Kazani just to your left.