6 edition of Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices (NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry) found in the catalog.
August 3, 2004
Written in English
|Contributions||Josef Sikula (Editor), Michael Levinshtein (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||367|
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic. Nanoscale electronic devices will be the basic components for electronics of the 21st century. From this point of view the signal-to-noise ratio is a very important parameter for the device application.
Since the noise is also a quality and reliability indicator, experimental methods will have a wide application in the future. A discussion of recently developed experimental methods for noise research in nanoscale electronic devices, conducted by specialists in transport and stochastic phenomena in nanoscale physics.
The approach described is to create methods for experimental observations of noise sources, their localization and their frequency spectrum, voltage. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices, Brno, Czech Republic, August "--Title page verso.
The NATO Advanced Research Workshop “Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices” was held in Brno, the Czech Republic, from 14 to 16 August,being.
Advanced experimental methods for noise research in nanoscale electronic devices [electronic resource] / edited by Josef Sikula and Michael Levinshtein. NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices ( Brno, Czech Republic) (Author).
Studies support that electrospinning can be a simple method for fabricating a one-dimensional polymer field-effect transistor, which forms the basic building block of logic circuits and switches for displays [54,55].In addition, the excellent adherence of the nano-fibers to SiO 2 and to gold electrodes may be useful in the design of future devices.
By means of electrospinning. Yakimov A., Belyakov A., Medvedev S., Moryashin A., Perov M. () Technique for Investigation of Non-Gaussian and Non-Stationary Properties of LF Noise in Nanoscale Semiconductor Devices.
In: Sikula J., Levinshtein M. (eds) Advanced Experimental Methods For Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices. S. Hashiguchi, M. Ohki, M. Tacano, and J. Sikula, in Advanced Experimental Methods in Noise Research on Nanoscale Electronic Devices, edited by M.
Levinsthein and J. Sikula (World Scientific, Singapore ); Google Scholar. Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment Device Approval Equipment Design Ear Protective Devices Signal-To-Noise Ratio Intrauterine Devices Equipment Safety Equipment and Supplies Device Removal Artifacts Sound Spectrography Acoustic Stimulation Septal Occluder Device Stochastic Processes Microfluidic Analytical.
Publisher Summary. This chapter reviews research and development of ultrasmall electron devices, including nanoscale field effect transistors (FETs), single-electron transistors (SETs), and some other new devices and nanometer-scalable memory cell concepts.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices, Brno, Czech Republic, August "--Title page verso.
Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices. by Josef Sikula,Michael Levinshtein. Author: Josef Sikula,Michael Levinshtein.
UPoN Fourth International Conference on Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations in Physics, Biology and High Technology. Vandamme, Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices, NATO science series, eds.
Sikula and M. Levinshtein (Kluwer academic publisher Dortrecht, ). «Quantum phase-locking, 1/f noise and entanglement», Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices.
By M. Planat and H. Rosu. Abstract. International audienc Publisher: HAL CCSD. Year: OAI identifier: oai:HAL:halv1. 1/f Noise Sources: Published in: proceeding of Advanced Research Workshop: Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devices, August Brno Czech Republic: Author: Hooge, F.N.
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Ghetti's 99 research works with 2, citations and 2, reads, including: Non-poissonian behavior of hot carrier degradation induced variability in MOSFETs. Noise and Fluctuations Control in Electronic Devices is the first single reference source to bring together the latest aspects of noise research for a wide range of multidisciplinary audiences.
The goal of this book is to give an update of state-of-the-art in this interdisciplinary field, while focusing on new trends in electronic device noise research.
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item 3 Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devi- 2 - Advanced Experimental Methods for Noise Research in Nanoscale Electronic Devi- $ Free shipping.An investigation of electronic 1/f noise in ultrasmall devices and systems is presented, focused on nanoscale engineering of electronic devices for low phase noise.
The investigation is based on the quantum 1/f formulas. Nanotechnology raises new questions of electronic noise, since fluctuations are more important in smaller devices. Based on the quantum 1/f noise theory.
Nanomaterials research takes a materials science-based approach to nanotechnology, leveraging advances in materials metrology and synthesis which have been developed in support of microfabrication research.
Materials with structure at the nanoscale often have unique optical, electronic, or mechanical properties.