Organic and Amorphous-Metal-Oxide Flexible Analogue Electronics
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- Vincenzo Pecunia, Soochow University, China
- Marco Fattori, Eindhoven University of Technology
- Sahel Abdinia, Eindhoven University of Technology
- Henning Sirringhaus, University of Cambridge
- Eugenio Cantatore, Eindhoven University of Technology
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Recent years have witnessed significant research efforts in flexible organic and amorphous-metal-oxide analogue electronics, in view of its formidable potential for applications such as smart sensor systems. This Element provides a comprehensive overview of this growing research area. After discussing the properties of organic and amorphous-metal-oxide technologies relevant to analogue circuits, this Element focuses on their application to two key circuit blocks: amplifiers and analogue-to-digital converters. The Element thus provides a fresh look at the evolution and immediate opportunities of the field, and identifies the remaining challenges for these technologies to become the platform of choice for flexible analogue electronics.
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- Date Published: May 2018
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108595155
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Table of Contents
2. Organic and amorphous-metal-oxide thin-film transistors
3. Flexible analogue amplifiers
4. Circuit techniques and architectures for analogue-to-digital converters
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