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Radio Frequency and Analog/Mixed-Signal Technologies

Author(s)
Herbert S. Bennett, John J. Pekarik
This 2011 roadmap for radio frequency and analog/mixed-signal (RF and AMS) technologies presents the challenges, technology requirements, and potential

SRM NIST Standard Reference Materials Catalog, 2012

Author(s)
Regina R. Montgomery
NIST Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) are used by industry, government, and academia to ensure the highest quality measurements. This catalog lists over 1200

How well do you know your MATES???

Author(s)
Joy P. Dunkers
There is a group that quietly goes about the business of advancing the areas of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. I say quietly because their work

Gallium nitride nanowires achieve crystalline perfection

Author(s)
Kristine A. Bertness, Norman A. Sanford, John B. Schlager
A new method of growing a common semiconductor provides an avenue for fabricating perfect crystals in a form that takes advantage of their unique optical

ROADMAPPING MANUFACTURING NEEDS FOR MEMS TECHNOLOGIES

Author(s)
Michael Gaitan, Karen Lightman
This report summarizes issues in manufacturing from the 2011 iNEMI MEMS Technology Roadmap, and shares the authors’ observations from the 2011 MEMS Industry

Graphene: A New Horizon for Modern Technology

Author(s)
Jan Obrzut
Graphene has the potential to improve a long list of daily electronics that are the foundation of the modern computing revolution. In step with research in

July 2011 SRM Spotlight

Author(s)
Regina R. Montgomery
The SRM Spotlight is a newsletter published by the Measurement Services Division for users of NIST standard reference materials. The Spotlight announces new