Chelsea Brindle

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Silicon-on-Sapphire (SOS) CMOS FETs have many properties which are desirable for RF switch applications. By being manufactured on an insulating sapphire substrate, the bulk parasitic capacitances typical of CMOS FETs are eliminated. The SOS FET has a very low Ron-Coff product, allowing for low insertion loss and high isolation in high frequency(More)
There are currently many attempts in New Zealand to restore native ecosystem functioning through the intensive control of introduced mammalian predators. One system that is faltering is bird pollination of endemic mistletoes (Peraxilla tetrapetala) by bellbirds (Anthornis melanura), apparently because of stoat (Mustela erminea) predation. We used a(More)
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