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On Properties of Basic Building Blocks for Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic

Originální název

On Properties of Basic Building Blocks for Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic

Anglický název

On Properties of Basic Building Blocks for Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Polymer or organic electronics becomes a focus of intense research and development in recent years. Thin-film field-effect transistor based on organic materials is very simple structure, thus it can be easily manufactured using inkjet printing technique. Today, first implementations of logic gates and some simple logic circuits using inkjet printing of organic materials are proposed. Parameters of these circuits seem to be promising, but it needs some more work to achieve parameters competitive to ordinary electronics. In this paper, some results of simulations with known and new implementations of basic logic gates based on printed TFTs will be shown. A model of organic printed transistor developed in accordance to published and known parameters will be presented. The model will be used to simulate basic digital circuit building blocks i. e. logic gates. Parameters of these gates will be investigated from a digital circuit designer's point of view.

Anglický abstrakt

Polymer or organic electronics becomes a focus of intense research and development in recent years. Thin-film field-effect transistor based on organic materials is very simple structure, thus it can be easily manufactured using inkjet printing technique. Today, first implementations of logic gates and some simple logic circuits using inkjet printing of organic materials are proposed. Parameters of these circuits seem to be promising, but it needs some more work to achieve parameters competitive to ordinary electronics. In this paper, some results of simulations with known and new implementations of basic logic gates based on printed TFTs will be shown. A model of organic printed transistor developed in accordance to published and known parameters will be presented. The model will be used to simulate basic digital circuit building blocks i. e. logic gates. Parameters of these gates will be investigated from a digital circuit designer's point of view.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT76408,
  author="Richard {Růžička} and Václav {Šimek}",
  title="On Properties of Basic Building Blocks for Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic",
  annote="Polymer or organic electronics becomes a focus of intense research and
development in recent years. Thin-film field-effect transistor based on organic
materials is very simple structure, thus it can be easily manufactured using
inkjet printing technique. Today, first implementations of logic gates and some
simple logic circuits using inkjet printing of organic materials are proposed.
Parameters of these circuits seem to be promising, but it needs some more work to
achieve parameters competitive to ordinary electronics. In this paper, some
results of simulations with known and new implementations of basic logic gates
based on printed TFTs will be shown. A model of organic printed transistor
developed in accordance to published and known parameters will be presented. The
model will be used to simulate basic digital circuit building blocks i. e. logic
gates. Parameters of these gates will be investigated from a digital circuit
designer's point of view.",
  address="Brno University of Technology",
  booktitle="Proc. of IMAPS CS International Conference on Electronic Devices and Systems",
  chapter="76408",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Brno University of Technology",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="258--263",
  publisher="Brno University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}