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thick film

A layer of magnetic, semiconductor or metallic material that is thicker than the microscopic layers of the transistors on a chip. For example, metallic thick films are silk screened onto the ceramic base of hybrid microcircuits. Contrast with thin film.
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Compared to thin film resistors, thick film technology can handle more power, withstand higher surge conditions, and give resistance values up to 10 T[OMEGA].
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Thick Film Devices market to grow at a CAGR of 12.
The technology involved a novel screen-printing process package using thick film circuits as the basic technology.
I found it encouraging that a significant number of laboratories had shown the good sense to abandon the thick film preparation and examination despite obsolete recommendations and even accreditation requirements to the contrary.
DCH's core technologies include the Robust Hydrogen Sensor, the Thick Film Hydrogen Sensor, the Fiber Optic Sensor and the Universal Gas Sensor.
Stackpole has expanded its HVC Series of thick film high voltage resistors that utilize a state-of-the-art film deposition process to achieve high voltage ratings, high resistance values, and high pulse voltage handling up to 40 kV.
For high current-carrying capability at high temperatures, thick film copper elements provide an ideal medium, with low electrical resistance and extremely high adhesion, alloying strength and migration resistance.
Part of the MEMS cluster within the Micro & Nano Technologies Series, this book covers the fabrication techniques and applications of thick film piezoelectric micro electromechanical systems (MEMS).
Many resistor applications have operating conditions that don't require anything beyond a standard thick film chip resistor or general-purpose carbon film leaded resistor.