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Extreme Design: Developing integrated circuits for -55 degC to +250 degC

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RichardBChristensen
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RichardBChristensen   4/2/2011 1:15:30 AM
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Great article. Just wondering how SiC (silicon carbide) semiconductors play in this field.

JOSE LUIS ALEJANDRE
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JOSE LUIS ALEJANDRE   11/12/2008 4:03:10 AM
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Really interesting. Thanks so much for give us the oportunity to get into these themes.

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