Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nanoelectronics.ppt
What is meant by Nanoelectronics?
• use of nanotechnology in electric components.
• Electronics – deals with the conduction of electron through air or
vaccum or semiconductor
• Nanoelectronics - very small, electrically charged components.
• unimaginably small.
• began as early as 1980’s.
• Uses single molecules or nanoscale collections of single molecules as
• Bulk materials is replaced by single molecules.
• The molecules have properties that resemble traditional electronic
• Still in infancy, but it brings hope for truly atomic scale electronic
system in future.
• Conventional computers could be replaced with nanocomputers with
• Have higher performance and speed than conventional computers.
• In future, Televisions, LEDs, Solar cells will also be the devices using
• new approach to store data at high speed and ultra high density.
• promises a data density of more than 1 terabit per square inch, and
has some similarity with punch card.
• uses thousands of tiny sharp points to punch holes into a plastic card.
• rewritable and has a storage capacity of over 1.5 GB of data.
• Originated in the 1990s.
• They are made up of ‘motes’ that are tiny sensors which are
microelectromechanical systems or MEMS
• Tiny, contains a battery, wireless transistors, RAM
• Used to monitor crops, output of machines etc.
• A human microchip implant is an identifying integrated circuit device
or RFID transponder encased in silicate glass and implanted in the
body of a human being.
• it possible for individuals to be physically located by latitude,
longitude, altitude, speed, and direction of movement.
• allow authorities to locate missing persons and/or fugitives and those
who fled from a crime scene.
• get arrays of nanotubes into a soft polymer matrix without disturbing
the shape, size, or alignment of the nanotubes
• The skins can be bent, flexed, and rolled up like a scroll, all while
maintaining their ability to conduct electricity, which makes them
ideal materials for electronic paper and other flexible electronics,
• "nano skins" are excellent field emitters when compared to some of
the best values
Printed Ink Transistor
Water proof electronic
Words of the day
• Splat – a flat piece of thin wood in the center of the chair back
• Whatnot – indefinite or trivial thing
• Whey – the watery liquid left when milk forms curd.