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View Resource MEMS, Microfluidics and Microsystems Executive Review

This weekly online newsletter provides information for people interested in investing in microelectronics, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and microsystems devices and industries. This site offers the top MEMS stories from 7000+ sources worldwide. The newsletter also reports on the most vital newly-granted patents in the MEMS industry. The topics covered by this site include audio MEMS,...

View Resource Silicon Wafer Polishing

This Quicktime animation demostrates the final polishing and cleaning processes required for creating semiconductor devices and integrated circuits. This animation is the sixth in a series of how silicon wafers are created. The previous animation showing silicon wafer lapping can be seen here. The next animation in this sequence about the optional silicon wafer epitaxy process can be seen...

View Resource Microchip Academic Site

This is a Microchip Corporation website for Educators. The Academic partnership allows educators to attend various workshops for free and purchase tools and evaluation kits at a significant discount. If you are teaching microcontrollers this is a website with lots of valuable information.

View Resource Digital Light Projector

This is a Quicktime animation of a Digital Light Projector. A digital light projector provides the capability to display a video or computer monitor signal on a projection screen. Such a projector stands out by its small size, low weight and rather unique use of MEMS. The internal light path starts with a bright halogen source, which is guided through the color wheel, reflects off the MEMS chip...

View Resource The Basics of Programming Embedded Processors: Part 3

It is useful to understand how a high-level language program is translated into instructions. First, since implementing an embedded computing system often requires controlling the instruction sequences used to handle interrupts, placement of data and instructions in memory, and so forth, understanding how the compiler works can help you know when you cannot rely on the compiler. Next, because...

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