Chapter Twelve – The Futureby Wally Rhines on 09-27-2019 at 6:00 amCategories: Wally Rhines
Content of this book has focused upon predictability of trends in the semiconductor industry based upon past trends, experience and ratios. What about newly emerging applications of semiconductors? After all, the entire history of the semiconductor industry is driven by emergence of new applications.
Artificial Intelligence… Read More
Innovation in Transistor Design with Carbon Nanotubesby Students@olemiss.edu on 04-05-2016 at 4:00 pmCategories: EDA
The New York Times article “IBM Scientists Find New Way to Shrink Transistors” by John Markoff focuses on the goal of the semiconductor industry to create smaller transistors in order to remain competitive while emphasizing cutting-edge design strategies with the use of carbon nanotubes. By switching from traditional methods… Read More
Tubes of the Futureby Paul McLellan on 02-07-2013 at 10:00 pmCategories: General
So what is a silicon nanowire? It is basically a FET where the active element is a wire 3-20nm in diameter. So where a FinFET has the gate wrapped around 3 sides of the transistor, a nanowire (NW) has it wrapped around all four. In essence, the wire runs through the middle of the gate.
There seem to be three issues about building a silicon… Read More