Robust Design of Digital Circuits on Foil
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- Kris Myny, IMEC, Leuven
- Jan Genoe, IMEC, Leuven
- Wim Dehaene, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
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Covering both TFT technologies, and the theory and practice of circuit design, this book equips engineers with the technical knowledge and hands-on skills needed to make circuits on foil with organic or metal oxide based TFTs for applications such as flexible displays and RFID. It provides readers with a solid theoretical background and gives an overview of current TFT technologies including device architecture, typical parameters, and a theoretical framework for comparing different logical families. Concrete, real-world design cases, such as RFID circuits, and organic and metal oxide TFT-based 8-bit microprocessors, enable readers to grasp the practical potential of these design techniques and how they can be applied. This is an essential guide for students and professionals who need to make better transistors on foil.Read more
- Written by leading researchers in the design and technology field of digital circuits on foil
- Provides guidelines for the robust design of both logic circuits and simple analogue circuits
- Includes practical design cases
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- Date Published: September 2016
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781316655603
- contains: 132 b/w illus. 16 tables
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
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List of symbols and abbreviations
1. Thin-film transistor technologies on the move? From backplane driver to ubiquitous circuit enabler?
2. Organic and metal-oxide thin-film transistors
3. Basic gates
5. Design case: RFID tags
6. Design case: organic microprocessor
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