Tünde Kirstein

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The future trend in wearable computing is to integrate electronics directly into textiles. Our approach is to use conductive textiles for signal transmission. We investigated the electrical performance of textile transmission lines. We present methods for measuring as well as for modeling the high frequency properties of textiles. With the results it is(More)
In this paper, several issues concerning the development of textiles endowed with electronic functions will be discussed. In particular, issues concerning materials, structures, electronic models, and the mechanical constraints due to textile technologies will be detailed. The idea starts from an already developed organic field-effect transistor that is(More)
In our era of converging technologies, it is significant that the second Industrial Revolution should meet the first on common ground: textiles. Modern data processing is, after all, an offshoot of technology first introduced in the 18th century to automate the production of woven textiles. The punched-card system developed by J.-M. Jacquard in 1804 to(More)
  • Th Giannopoulos, A Bonfiglio, +11 authors W Clemens
  • 2005
The last three decades have seen an explosive growth in silicon-based microelectronics. In search of flexible and low-cost substrates, organic semiconductor-based integrated circuits (ICs) have been suggested as an alternate to silicon ICs. The discovery that the electrical conductivity of some polymers can be increased from insulator to semiconductor range(More)
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