ENGRI1110_Lect4_Sep4_09_posted - Homework Distribution...

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Homework Distribution Waiver Cornell University has a policy to protect students from others having access to completed assignments. Unfortunately, in a class of this size, this policy makes it difficult to return homework assignments in an efficient manner. If you would like to have your homework handed back to you personally by a T.A., no action is needed on your part. Otherwise, please sign the homework waiver below which will allow you to pickup your attach the waiver (this page) to your homework assignment. In order to assist in the efficient distribution of completed assignments to the entire class, I agree to pickup my completed homework assignment from an unmonitored stack of graded assignments belonging to other students in MSE 1110/ENGRI 1110. The Name_____________________________________ NetID_____________________________________ Signature__________________________________
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n-channel MOSFET Channel
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Integrated Circuit (IC) Fabrication IC’s: Electronic components fabricated on a monolithic substrate • transistors (electronic switch) • diodes (rectifier) • capacitors • resistors • inductors www.netmotion.com Silicon is substrate in wide use currently (wafer 12” in diameter) V ery L arge S cale I ntegration Electronic Package
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Capacitors Resistors Inductors Transistors Discrete vs Integrated
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Technology for IC’s Complex circuitry without wiring discrete components •Higher reliability •Less bulky Multi-step fabrication of identical circuits simultaneously • Lower cost per circuit from economies of scale • Easier manufacturing Requires expensive, sophisticated equipment • Design, fabrication, testing Historically produced enormous improvements in performance • Speed • Cost
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