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Keywords and Sections
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
CONVENTIONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES
CONSUMER ELECTRONIC DEVICES
MODERN ELECTRONIC DEVICES
LIMITED
DEVELOPMENT
PEOPLE
SYSTEMS
DESIGN
PROPERTIES
INTENSITY
SOUND
INTERFERENCE
MAGIC
HOGWARTS
ENSEMBLES
PRODUCTS
GALLIUM
PROCESS
KEY COMPONENTS
AMPLIFIER
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
COMPONENTS
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
ELECTRONIC MUSIC
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE
LEADER
DIGITAL PRODUCTS
FLASHLIGHTS
NUMBER
FREE ELECTRONS
ELECTRONS
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
PRESENT INVENTION
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
MANUFACTURE
TAKE-OFF
NETWORK
TELEPHONES
SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS
DEVICES
ELECTRONICS
DIODES
GERMANIUM
COMPUTERS
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Electronic Devices"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The key to electronic devices is always the chip that runs it, and the chip is made from a wafer. (Web site)
  2. In this case, electronic devices is meant to include both passive devices (e.g., resistors) and active devices (e.g., transistors). (Web site)

Printed Circuit Boards

  1. Assembly of printed circuit boards and electronic devices, including associated designing and testing. (Web site)

Conventional Electronic Devices

  1. Conventional electronic devices, in which metal wires carry electrical signals, can be manufactured at the nanoscale but incur long time delays. (Web site)

Consumer Electronic Devices

  1. Nearly everyone is familiar with LEDs (light-emitting diodes) from their use as indicator lights and numeric displays on consumer electronic devices. (Web site)

Modern Electronic Devices

  1. Semiconductors are the fundamental materials in many modern electronic devices. (Web site)

Limited

  1. It finds limited use in electronic devices. (Web site)

Development

  1. Small size and minimal weight, allowing the development of miniaturized electronic devices. (Web site)

People

  1. As more people used computers, wireless telephones, and other electronic devices, they would demand cryptography.
  2. Cochlear implants (electronic devices that compensate for damaged or nonworking parts of the inner ear) may also help some people with auditory neuropathy. (Web site)

Systems

  1. Electronics engineering: a field covering the study and application of electronic devices, systems and electronic transport phenomena in semiconductors.

Design

  1. Some work on the distribution of electrical power; some on the design of electronic devices and some on the transmission of information.

Properties

  1. These properties may be exploited on the nanoscale for application in electronic devices and sensors. (Web site)

Intensity

  1. Their intensity allows them to be utilized for backlighting applications, such as the illumination of display panels on electronic devices. (Web site)
  2. They are used for accurate measurement of the intensity of light in science, industry and in many consumer electronic devices.

Sound

  1. The apparatus used for the sound of the Bells is a combination of mechanical and electronic devices which are connected to each rope.

Interference

  1. They provide poor security, and are susceptible to interference from lights and electronic devices. (Web site)

Magic

  1. Electronic devices do not work on Hogwarts grounds; there is too much magic in the air. (Web site)

Hogwarts

  1. However, Hermione tells them that electronic devices do not work in Hogwarts because of the magic in the air. (Web site)

Ensembles

  1. This work is exemplified by his ongoing composition Répons, for orchestra, ensembles, and electronic devices. (Web site)

Products

  1. Buyer and seller of surplus computer peripherals, finished products, electronic devices, and semi-conductors. (Web site)

Gallium

  1. These properties make gallium an important and essential element in many electronic devices. (Web site)

Process

  1. Abstract: A process for producing thin layers in electronic devices such as integrated circuit chips, is provided. (Web site)

Key Components

  1. Stoddart and Heath are pioneers in molecular electronics -- using nanoscale molecules as key components in computers and other electronic devices.

Amplifier

  1. The sound is frequently modified by other electronic devices or the natural distortion of valves (vacuum tubes) in the amplifier. (Web site)

Digital Electronics

  1. With the advent of the CPU and other electronic devices, manufacturers incorporated digital electronics into relay logic equipment.

Components

  1. ALD is particularly suited for forming thin layers of metal oxides in the components of electronic devices. (Web site)

Electronic Equipment

  1. Virtually all electronic devices require DC, so rectifiers find uses inside the power supplies of virtually all electronic equipment. (Web site)

Electronic Music

  1. Electronic music is a term for music created using electronic devices.

Semiconductor Device

  1. For information on how semiconductors are used as electronic devices, see semiconductor device.

Leader

  1. Hitachi’s technology, innovation and reliability place Hitachi as a leader in developing advanced, high-tech electronic devices. (Web site)

Digital Products

  1. Toshiba Corporation is a leader in digital products, electronic devices, and social infrastructure. (Web site)

Flashlights

  1. LEDs are widely used as indicator lights on electronic devices and increasingly in higher power applications such as flashlights and area lighting. (Web site)

Number

  1. As the number of electronic devices per given area of the silicon wafer increases, the manufacturing process becomes more difficult. (Web site)

Free Electrons

  1. The number and energy of the free electrons is basic to the operation of electronic devices. (Web site)

Electrons

  1. Electrons carry electrical current and successful manipulation of electrons allows electronic devices, such as the one you are using, to function.

Electrical Properties

  1. The electrical properties of extrinsic semiconductors make them essential components of many electronic devices. (Web site)

Present Invention

  1. In general, the present invention Is directed to a process for forming thin layers in electronic devices, such as integrated circuit chips. (Web site)
  2. In general, the present invention is directed to a process for forming layers in electronic devices, such as integrated circuit chips. (Web site)

Printed Circuit Board

  1. The electronic circuit includes a printed circuit board and electronic devices mounted on the printed circuit board. (Web site)
  2. A flexible printed circuit board is generally used as a printed circuit board for miniaturized electronic devices. (Web site)

Manufacture

  1. Electronic engineering is concerned with the design, development, manufacture and application of electronic devices, circuits and systems.
  2. Manufacture of a wide range of electronic devices.
  3. Today rare earth metals are increasingly important in the manufacture of high-tech electronic devices. (Web site)

Take-Off

  1. Most airlines allow private use of ordinary GPS units on their flights, except during landing and take-off, like all other electronic devices.

Network

  1. IPv6 is a network layer Internet Protocol (IP) standard used by electronic devices to exchange data across a packet-switched internetwork.

Telephones

  1. Also important are mail and wire fraud (fraud committed by use of the postal service or electronic devices, such as telephones or computers). (Web site)

Semiconductor Materials

  1. A novel combination of magnetic and semiconductor materials could lead to optical and electronic devices that are faster and lower-powered. (Web site)

Devices

  1. EE 3363. Semiconductor Materials and Devices I: Semiconductor materials and theory of solid state electronic devices.

Electronics

  1. Effects on electronics Many electronic devices have humidity specifications, for example, 5 to 95%.
  2. EE 3401. Electronics I Laboratory: Basic laboratory experiments in electronic circuits and solid state electronic devices.

Diodes

  1. Diodes are frequently used to conduct damaging high voltages away from sensitive electronic devices. (Web site)

Germanium

  1. Silicon (Si) and germanium (Ge) are semiconducting materials, which are industrially used for the large-scale production of various electronic devices. (Web site)

Computers

  1. In modern times, telecommunications typically involves the use of electronic devices such as telephones, television, radio or computers. (Web site)
  2. Computers, televisions and other electronic devices, as well as electricity, are not to be found at Hogwarts.
  3. Read-only memory (usually known by its acronym, ROM) is a class of storage media used in computers and other electronic devices. (Web site)

Integrated Circuits

  1. Integrated circuits could now be manufactured for transistor radios, television, digital calculators and computers, and other electronic devices.
  2. Semiconductor device fabrication is the process used to create chips, the integrated circuits that are present in everyday electrical and electronic devices. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Energy > Electricity > Electronics > Semiconductors
  2. Electricity > Electronics > Semiconductors > Transistors
  3. Lower Prices
  4. Energy > Electricity > Electronics > Integrated Circuits
  5. Germanium

Related Keywords

    * Lower Prices * Semiconductor * Semiconductors * Transistor * Transistors
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