Large Area Electronics Using Printing Methods

@article{Parashkov2005LargeAE,
  title={Large Area Electronics Using Printing Methods},
  author={Radoslav Parashkov and Eike Becker and Thomas Riedl and Hans‐Hermann Johannes and Wolfgang Kowalsky},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2005},
  volume={93},
  pages={1321-1329}
}
After the demonstration of the first organic FET in 1986, a new era in the field of electronic began: the era of organic electronics. Although the reported performance of organic transistors is still considerably lower compared to that of silicon transistors, a new market is open for organic devices, where the excellent performance of silicon technology is not required. Several commercial applications for organic electronics have been suggested: organic RFID tags, electronic papers, imagers… 

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