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  • Secure optical communication system utilizing deformable MEMS mirrors
    Voice communication in free space was demonstrated at ranges larger than 200 meters. A new retro-reflector design, incorporating more modulated mirrors had been constructed. This configuration was built and tested. Its performance and advantages as compared to the single mirror retro-reflector
  • MEMS and medicine
    transmission lines. This mirror, for example, could be used in an optical switch used in fiberoptic networks. The promise of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), building devices on the micron scale was presaged in 1959 by Richard Feynman, a well-known physicist. He gave a talk titled
  • MEMS and medicine
    transmission lines. This mirror, for example, could be used in an optical switch used in fiberoptic networks. The promise of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), -- building devices on the micron scale -- was presaged in 1959 by Richard Feynman, a wellknown physicist. He gave a talk titled
  • INDUSTRY NEWS MEMS industry gearing up for multibillion-dollar future
    Forget: the simple microsensor. Think: an entire MEMS device built into a microchip. Forget: designing a micromachine that amazes only the engineer in the next cubicle. Think: building a GPS-based guidance device that helps dad keep track of his young daughter. Forget: publishing your work
  • Wired 8.01: As the MEMS Revolution Takes Off, Small Is Getting Bigger Every Day
    with kinetic, three-dimensional gizmos: laboratories, laser-guided mirrors, canals flowing with chemicals. An offshoot of the semiconductor industry, MEMS benefit from the well-known peculiarities of the silicon universe - every year chips get tinier, cheaper, and faster. If proponents are correct
  • MICRO:Archives of 1997 Back Issues
    The reader's have spoken again with this year's top-drawing items from our Product Technology News section. The 1997 winners range from CMP cluster tools to cleanroom clogs, MEMS MFCs to molecular analyzers, lithography filters to liquid-level sensors Cutini heads OnTrak; Kern joins YieldUP board; Miller

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