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We present a fully integrated 14nm CMOS technology featuring finFET architecture on an SOI substrate for a diverse set of SoC applications including HP server microprocessors and LP ASICs. This SOI finFET architecture is integrated with a 4<sup>th</sup> generation deep trench embedded DRAM to provide an ultra-dense (0.0174um<sup>2</sup>) memory solution for(More)
To the Editor: Epidemiological study has confirmed that women with a history of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) are at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus later in life [1]. Women with a family history of diabetes also have a significantly increased risk of GDM [2]. Some researchers consider that GDM may share some risk factors and(More)
In this paper, we study T-matching networks that are commonly used for the efficient matching of UHF tags. In order to analyze relationship between T-matching geometry and antenna impedance, we interpret the transformer circuit as an equivalent circuit depending on the design parameters of the circuit. From the parametric study of the T-matching, we derive(More)
Although object-oriented paradigm is becoming a more realistic approach to the development of large-scale software systems, the existing object-oriented notations and methodologies do not fully support the development of distributed object systems. In this paper, we integrate Meta-Object Protocol (MOP) into a de facto standard object-oriented modeling(More)
Dialyzed paper pulp waste liquor added at 20% (v/v) basal medium improved the production of indole alkaloid, catha-ranthine, from Catharanthine roseus, yielding 51 μ:g/cell as against 42 μg/cell in non-supplemented medium. 30-40% (v/v) of catharanthine was secreted out of the cells, showing that the change of the ratio of inner to outer concentrations was(More)
A theoretical investigation of a novel multiwavelength laser diode based on cascading of distributed feedback lasers is presented with consideration of the optical and the thermal-induced interactions among the different lasing sections. The design criteria and conditions for stable continuous-wave operation are established by way of simulation. The(More)
More than 15 nm of continuous wavelength tuning range has been obtained by means of temperature tuning and current setting in three-section grating-cascaded strongly gain-coupled distributed-feedback lasers. Within the entire wavelength tuning range, a sidemode-suppression ratio beyond 50 dB, a linewidth of less than 10 MHz, and a fiber-coupled output power(More)
This paper presents a shelf antenna for near-field RFID systems which has an electromagnetic field distribution characteristic without any dead zones presented widely in the vicinity of reader antennas. These dead zones are caused by the electric-magnetic field cancelation since an incident wave is summed with the reflected wave caused by the terminals on(More)
A matrix-grating strongly gain-coupled (MG-SGC) distributed-feedback laser structure has been demonstrated to exhibit a continuous wavelength tuning range of about 34 nm. A simple tuning mechanism was employed, and a sidemode-suppression-ratio of beyond 50 dB within the entire tuning range was achieved. This device can be potentially used in dense(More)