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Microelectronics: Wireless Technology and Mems in the Developing Countriesmicroelectronics: Wireless Technology and Mems in the Developing Countries/NAM S&T Centre
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Jain, V. K.
xvi+206p., figs., tabls., 25 cm
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Weight :  520 gms
Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  25 cm
Width :  18 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2007
 

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ISBN: 9788170354444
Status: In Stock 
Price: Rs 995.00  

The publication entitled Microelectronics: Wireless Technology and MEMs in the Developing Countries brought out by the Centre for Science & Technology of the Non-aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre) is largely based on the presentations made during the 5th International Workshop on “Microelectronics: Wireless Technology and MEMS: held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during September 2005. Microelectronics is the cornerstone of the information technologies that pervade virtually every aspect of contemporary life. It is difficult to imagine any field of science or technology that has had a more profound impact on the latter half of the 20th Century than microelectronics. Microelectronics industry has been able to provide transistors, chips and products that are becoming smaller, faster, cheaper and better every year. As transistors become smaller, they become faster, more and more of such transistors can be packed on a chip, and thus chips are able to store and process more information. In microelectromechanical systems-the microelectronics, microfabrication and micromachining technologies, collectively known as MEMS -is being applied to biomedical application and has become a new field of research unto itself, known as Bio-MEMS. The technology is originally based upon the same technology is originally based upon the same technology that has been used to make computer chips ever more powerful and less expensive. This volume contains contributions from renowned experts and status reports on the subject from several developing countries, viz, Cuba, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Turkey. The complied information will facilitate the developing countries in working out appropriate plans and strategies to exploit new technologies and research results for prosperity of the masses.

Contents Chapter 1: Biomems and their Applications by Vinod Kumar Jain
Chapter 2: Indian Initiatives in MEMS and Related Technologies: A Survey by S Nirmala
Chapter 3: Development of MEMS Based Microfluidic Devices at the Research Centre for Electronics and Telecommunications: Indonesian Institute of Sciences by Gobid Wiranto
Chapter 4: Development of Mems Based Microsensor Devices at the Research Centre for Electronics and Telecommunications by Totok M S Soegandi
Chapter 5: Implant Fabrication of Single Crystal Silicon MEMS: A Novel Processing Route by Ahmed Shuja
Chapter 6: Soft Lithographic Techniques and their Applications in Rapid Fabrication of Micro and Nano Structures in Polymers and Metals by S C Jain
Chapter 7: Current Mode Approach for Low Voltage Analog Designs in Wireless Applications by S S Jamuar
Chapter 8: RF System for an Ion Source by Luis Miguel Ledo
Chapter 9: Integrating RF Passives in Digital CMOS by John Richard E Hizon, Marc D Rosales, Honee Lynn B Tan, Louis P Alarcon and Delfin Jay Sabido IX
Chapter 10: Microelectronics in Turkey by Giil Sentiirk
Chapter 11: Development and Applications of Microelectronics in Nigeria by Ashiru S Daura
Chapter 12: Development of Microelectronics and Microsystems in Pakistan by Muhammad Asif
Chapter 13: Review of Electronic Industry in Sri Lanka by A S Pannila
Chapter 14: Status of Microelectronics Development in Tanzania: An Overview of Legislative Frameworks by Emmanuel J Kalle
Chapter 15: Status of Microelectronics in Mauritius by Bharati Kisto
Chapter 16: Status of Microelectronics in Egypt by Hamed Elsiamry
Chapter 17: Leveraging Bioinformatics Sensor Based Biological Micro-array Chip Design by Arif Anwar.

   

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