By Prof. Dr. Arokia Nathan, Prof. Dr. Henry Baltes (auth.)
Computer-aided-design (CAD) of semiconductor microtransducers is comparatively new unlike their opposite numbers within the built-in circuit international. built-in silicon microtransducers are discovered utilizing microfabrication options just like these for normal built-in circuits (ICs). not like IC units, even though, microtransducers needs to have interaction with their atmosphere, so their numerical simulation is significantly extra advanced. whereas the layout of ICs goals at suppressing "parasitic” results, microtransducers thrive on optimizing the only or the opposite such influence. The demanding quest for actual types and simulation instruments allowing microtransducer CAD is the subject of this ebook. The publication is meant as a textual content for graduate scholars in electric Engineering and Physics and as a reference for CAD engineers within the microsystems industry.
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