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SOI – 3D Integration – Subthreshold Microelectronics: Register now for the IEEE S3S! Thumbnail

SOI – 3D Integration – Subthreshold Microelectronics: Register now for the IEEE S3S!

Posted by (ARM) on September 13, 2013
In Conferences
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Last May, we already let you know about the IEEE S3S conference, founded upon the co-location of The IEEE International SOI Conference and the IEEE Subthreshold Microelectronics Conference, completed by an additional track on 3D Integration. Today, we would like let you know that the advance program is available, and to attract your attention on […]

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Hitachi’s tiny mu-chip

Posted on December 6, 2006
In ASN #6, End-User Apps, SOI In Action
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Already the world’s smallest RFID chip, SOI makes the next generation far thinner than a piece of paper – while radically increasing productivity. The next generation of Hitachi’s µ-chip (mu-chip) is poised to make a major impact on the RFID (radio frequency identification) world. Presented at the IEEE conference in February 2006, this latest version […]

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Full use of SOI advantages enables small, thin, and low-cost RFIDs Thumbnail

Full use of SOI advantages enables small, thin, and low-cost RFIDs

Posted by (Hitachi) on December 6, 2006
In ASN #6, End-User Apps, SOI In Action
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A lead developer of Hitachi’s µ-chip explains the SOI benefits. By using SOI, we could make an ultra-small RFID chip. In particular, its excellent isolation capability enabled successful miniaturization of the analog circuits in the front-end of the part. Also, BOX (Buried OXide) acts as an etch-stop layer in the self-controlled process, resulting in an […]

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Honeywell & SOI: Military, Aerospace and Beyond

Posted on July 11, 2006
In ASN #5, End-User Apps, SOI In Action
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Honeywell has sent SOI by Jupiter and to Mars. Now its SOI rad-hard foundry services are charting new frontiers with the industry’s first 150 nm rad-hard, digital ASIC solutions and more. Honeywell’s path runs parallel to commercial markets. Chips destined for space are increasingly facing the same performance vs. power issues of chips we find […]

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SOI has made Hitachi’s newest”µ-Chip” the world’s smallest Thumbnail

SOI has made Hitachi’s newest”µ-Chip” the world’s smallest

Posted on April 6, 2006
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• SOI has made Hitachi’s newest”µ-Chip” the world’s smallest, thinnest RFID IC chip ever. SOI prevents interference between devices, enabling higher integration on a smaller area, increasing the number of chips fabricated on a single wafer and increasing productivity by more than four times. At 7.5-µm thick, this SOI-based chip is 1/8th the thickness of […]

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