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    electronics can be attributed to the invention of the integrated circuit. These are also commonly referred to as “microchips” and have been refined since they were invented to become smaller and more powerful. Integrated circuits are one of the greatest inventions of last century due to its profound influence on technology through the miniaturization and optimization of electronics. To understand the monumental influence integrated circuits have in technology, one must understand what kind of technology

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    INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 1. INTRODUCTION An integrated Circuit also known as an IC or a chip, is a set of electronic circuits and components containing many diodes, transistors and resistors etc fabricated on a small plate of semiconducting material like silicon. Actually it s a miniaturized form of electronic circuit. It is called as an ‘integrated circuit’ as all the components and circuits including base material are etched in a small piece of semiconducting plate. Its not like an assembled device

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    Whether you’re a student, gamer, physicist, accountant, or even a newborn baby; computers play a very integral role in all our lives. However, most people seem to take them for granted. Even though computers have only been around for about a hundred years, it’s hard to believe we once lived without them. So, how is that we went from computers the size of an apartment to computers that fit in a watch? Transistors! Transistors are the fundamental components in modern electronic devices (e.g., computer

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    Brief Introduce about how we make an integrated cricuit by silicon. Why we have to use semiconductor? Information is stored in our computing system by binary system, zero and one. So how do the computing system store and operate them? It switch between On and Off, representing one and zero. Semiconductors have a number of unique properties, one of them is their variable conductivity. Their conductivity can be changed through doping and gating etc. We can only perform quick switch between high and

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    The Integrated Circuit: The Evolution of an Electronic Miracle The microprocessor evolved over the course of many years of research, and people all over the world enjoy the benefits of this electronic miracle. It is difficult to think of anything that has affected modern life more than this invention. Cellular phones, wristwatches, calculators, automobiles, stereos, televisions, and computers are just a few of the thousands of electronic devices that have a microchip at the heart of its operation

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    of intangible assets for a specified period. There are various types of IP laws. In Singapore, they are protected by trademarks, copyrights, patent, geographical indications, registered designs, plant varieties protection, layout-design of integrated circuits and miscellaneous amendments. Even though intellectual property is an intangible asset to a company, they give business partners and financial institutions the assurance to partner with and add capital with the chosen organisation, making them

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    The keyboard and the mouse were the predominant input devices and monitors and printers provided output, thought these were originally sold separately or as kits. In the 1970’s, the Mark 8 and MITS Altair became the first personal computers. Integrated circuit chips predetermined the necessity of the microprocessor to replace magnetic cores as “primary storage device for mainframe computers.” Intel produced the most successful semiconductor memory in 1970 when it introduced the 1103, “with one-kilobit

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    computer science is 3D IC. So what is 3D IC? 3D IC is an acronym that stands for three-dimensional integrated circuits. Three-dimensional integrated circuit is a computer chip that has two or more layers of active devices that can be installed both vertically and horizontally into a single circuit. One may also ask what the idea for creating a new type of integrated circuit was. When 2D integrated circuit was introduced first time, it was the most productive, cheapest, smallest and power saving IC. However

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    I am an undergraduate Electrical Engineer having an interminable passion for gaining knowledge, determination to perform, desire to excel and an aim to explore the greatest avenues in the field of Electrical Engineering. This craving for proficiency and a strong will to enhance my professional skills have motivated me to take a step further by choosing to pursue Graduate studies in the discipline of Electrical Engineering at your esteemed University. From my school days I had the curiosity of knowing

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    What´s a Transistor

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    Transistors also lowered the cost of electronics because of their structure—being composed of their inexpensive materials such as silicon made the device consumer friendly. What is a transistor? Transistors are tiny components that are found in integrated circuits. A transistor is a tiny electrical component that has three terminals to which current can be applied to. They are the emitter, the collector, and the base. Also, there are three parts to the transistor, the gate, the drain, and the source.

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