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View Resource Solid State

This is a webpage filled with Solid State learning objects with over 40 lessons in: Semiconductor Diodes, Rectifier Flitering and Regulation, D/A and A/D Converters, Opto Electronic Devices, Operational Amplifiers, Transistors, Thyristors, and Timers.

View Resource Programmable Logic Devices

PLDs are specialized integrated circuits (ICs) used to implement digital circuits. These circuits are programmable meaning that they can be preconfigured to create almost any design. Over the years, PLDs have grown in size and complexity and new versions have been created. They give designers a variety of options in developing digital circuits and systems. Today, PLDs have virtually replaced...

View Resource How Does A Transistor Work? No, How Do They Really Work?

A simple explanation of how a transistor works. Most introductory textbooks do a very poor job of explaining the details of how transistors work. First they assume that the Base current is somehow controlling the Collector current, then they try to explain how one current can affect another. These explanations always fail because Bipolar transistors, like FETs, are voltage-controlled devices. One...

View Resource About MEMS

This website includes educational material on MEMS technology, products, and adaptive optics. The site also includes short video clips and many useful definitions and links. MEMS is an emerging technology which uses the tools and techniques that were developed for the Integrated Circuit industry to build microscopic machines. These machines are built on standard silicon wafers.

View Resource How a Plasma Etcher Works

This website includes an animation which illustrates how a Plasma Etcher works. Objective: Describe all the steps used to load, etch, and unload a wafer from a plasma etcher. This simulation is from Module 048 of the Process & Equipment II Cluster of the MATEC Module Library (MML). You can find this animation under the section "Process & Equipment II." To view other clusters or for more...

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