Microelectronics Technology Alert. Die-Sized CMOS Image Sensor with 1500 Megapixels Resolution; Fabricating Wafer-Scale Graphene without Degrading its

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This issue profiles a die-sized CMOS image sensor with 1500 megapixels resolution, a method for fabricating wafer-scale graphene without degrading its electrical and mechanical properties, and a static random-access memory with reduced power consumption.

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Microelectronics Technology Alert. Die-Sized CMOS Image Sensor with 1500 Megapixels Resolution; Fabricating Wafer-Scale Graphene without Degrading its Electrical and Mechanical Properties; Static Random-Access Memory with Reduced Power ConsumptionIn This Issue1. FABRICATING WAFER-SCALE GRAPHENE WITHOUT DEGRADING ITS ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES2. DIE-SIZED CMOS IMAGE SENSOR WITH 1500 MEGAPIXELS RESOLUTION3. STATIC RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY WITH REDUCED POWER CONSUMPTION4. PATENTS--CMOS IMAGE SENSORS




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