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Parts by Number for Computer In A Semiconductor Chip Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
ER3400 PLC Radwell Microchip Technology Inc Computer, Processor Chip SEMICONDUCTOR 22P
HN482764G PLC Radwell Generic Computer Components, IC Chip SEMICONDUCTOR MCU
MM58274CN PLC Radwell National Semiconductor Computer, Processor Chip IC MICROPROCESSOR 24HR REAL TIME CLOCK 16DIP

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    Business Intelligence (BI) is a relatively new concept that has received a tremendous amount of coverage in recent manufacturing publications. The use of an integrated knowledge base in establishing best business practices is not new, but the demands of very high volume wireless semiconductor
  • Organic semiconductor devices for micro-optical applications
    emission of an organic semiconductor material into a single-mode polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA). waveguide. Keywords: OLED, organic photodiode, micro-optics, waveguide, optical interconnect, lab-on-a-chip, PMMA. 1. INTRODUCTION. Optoelectronic components based on organic semiconductors are opening new
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  • The Evolution of Single Board Computers
    , the size of the board, 4.5 ". (VLSI) components. The result of. the selection process for a system. x 6.5 ", allowed only one function. the semiconductor advances was. Although SBCs still come in a wide. per board. Additional boards were. that it was possible to increase the. range of types, by far
  • Medical Device Link . Embedded Computers Add Power at Bargain Prices Older technologies still have a place in medical devices, but the upcoming models of high-performance chips may well pay for themselves in speed and flexibility.
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    Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) grant to develop computer-aided design (CAD) tools for microarray systems. The consortium hopes to develop a rapid-prototyping tool, called FlumeCAD, which will be similar to tools used in semiconductor manufacturing. "FlumeCAD will enable this industry
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    at the heart of every electronic gadget, silicon was it. Specifically, silicon with its atoms arrayed into an elegant crystal pattern. Not anymore. Researchers have invented a semiconductor with conductivity similar to silicon. It makes cheap transistors that are as heat-resistant as stoneware, which