Future trends in microelectronics : from nanophotonics to by Serge Luryi, Jimmy Xu, Alexander Zaslavsky

By Serge Luryi, Jimmy Xu, Alexander Zaslavsky

In the summertime of 2009, best pros from undefined, executive, and academia accrued for a free-spirited debate at the destiny traits of microelectronics. This quantity represents the precis in their beneficial contributions. supplying a cohesive exploration and holistic imaginative and prescient of semiconductor microelectronics, this article solutions such questions as: what's the destiny past shrinking silicon units and the field-effect transistor precept? Are there eco-friendly pastures past the normal semiconductor applied sciences? This source additionally identifies the path the sector is taking, allowing microelectronics execs and scholars to behavior learn in an educated, ecocnomic, and forward-looking model.

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We need to remember that the goal of this system is to deliver information. Figure 1(b) • o i o i o i o i o i o i ? ? ? ? ? ? high DMD -> high ISI Figure 1. Basics of optical communications: (a) block diagram of a fiber-optic communications link; (b) the goal is to deliver information, not light (DMD differential mode delay; ISI - inter-symbol interference). What Will Modern Photonics Contribute to Optical Communication Technology? 1 Over the last 30 years, optical communications has developed from a nonexistent technology to the linchpin of the telecommunications industry.

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