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Noise-Reducing Partitioning Scheme for Signal Processing Systems

In signal processing systems that need to detect and process analog signals, noise generated by digital processing blocks can degenerate the performance of sensitive analog portions. Traditionally, this problem has been primarily addressed by implementin...
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Air-Stable Ink Rolling

Researchers in Prof. Yi Cui's laboratory have developed a versatile, low-cost, solution-based deposition process for producing high quality thin film layers for solar cells and other electronic devices. This technology, called air-stable ink rolling (AIR...
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