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DrQuine
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re: Researchers: Carbon better than copper for TSVs
DrQuine   12/15/2011 1:39:34 PM
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Yet another example of the benefits of flexible connections enabled by carbon nanotubes or graphene. It sounds like carbon is making a resurgence this year - and these solutions have the benefit of not adding any rare earths or toxic materials to the circuits.

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re: Researchers: Carbon better than copper for TSVs
key-man   12/14/2011 4:34:28 AM
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Superior for voltage transfer to switch gates on, but a little questionable for power transfer.

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old account Frank Eory   12/13/2011 5:35:27 PM
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700 C processing obviously won't fly, and pre-manufacturing the nanotubes and mechanically plugging vias with them sounds really expensive.

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re: Researchers: Carbon better than copper for TSVs
gaberyo   12/13/2011 10:35:38 AM
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hey all ,,, i want sensor with range between 10m to 20m for small aircraft

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re: Researchers: Carbon better than copper for TSVs
sharps_eng   12/13/2011 9:12:04 AM
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Although apparently crude, or perhaps non-elegant, this looks practical enough to be realised ahead of many other solutions.



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