Printed Electronics: CMOS Technology Gaining Ground
For a number of years now, integrated electronic circuits based on electrically conducting and semiconducting organic plastics have been the subject of research and development. With organic p-type semiconductors, the first simple applications such as radio labels for radiofrequency identification tags (RFID) have already been produced. Further substantial improvements in terms of electrical performance, yield and power consumption are expected through the use of two different semiconductor types in the fabrication of integrated circuits (CMOS).Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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