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View Resource iLabs Software Architecture Presentation

Explore the iLab Software Architecture via this presentation and learn about how this unique application allows multiple users to access live electronics equipment and devices via the internet. Sign up for a free user account at http://ilabs.mit.edu .

View Resource Transistor Fundamentals: The MOSFET

Created by Patrick Hoppe of the Wisconsin Online Resource Center this is an introduction to the metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET). Along with a general introduction, students also examine its enhancement mode. This is a nice brief introduction to the topic.

View Resource Semiconductor Manufacturing Technician Skill Standards

Skill standards are quality standards applied to people. They are specific statements of desired skill and knowledge presented in observable and measurable form. The statement contains a condition that defines under what circumstances it will be observed and measured. The desired behavior is defined and the standard criteria are stated in terms of "how good is good enough?" Skill standards...

View Resource CoventorWare MEMS Design Software

CoventorWare is a suite of MEMS design tools used by numerous MEMS and microfluidics manufacturers and by university partners. CoventorWare methodology enables schematic-based behavioral modeling and detailed 3-D multi-physics numerical analysis to support virtually every MEMS application, from automotive sensors to RF devices, optical MEMS to microfluidics. Coventor offers both commercial and...

View Resource Microbatteries

Forget 9-volts, AAs, AAAs or D batteries: The energy for tomorrow's miniature electronic devices could come from tiny microbatteries about half the size of a human cell and built with viruses.Read how three MIT Engineers, Paula Hammond, Angela Belcher, and Yet-Ming Chiang developed a way to at once create and install such microbatteries for potential use to power portable miniature devices, from...

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