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My name is Cynda Mitchell. I am a student attending Clarion University of Pennsylvania aspiring to major in Physics and minor in Chemistry, while also seriously contemplating minoring in Mathematics and Nanotechnology. I am currently working on a research paper entitled, "Using microelectromechanical systems (MEMs) technology to create new high frequency circuits for Communications."

...Random things I found that I find interesting or helpful[edit | edit source]

Search Log[edit | edit source]

Note: Resources followed by "***" are full-text. Those lacking this availability may be candidates for interlibrary loan.

  1. Modeling and Simulation of Microelectromechanical Systems in Multi-Physics Fields 2004 ***

""microelectromechanical systems" and "high frequency circuits"" page 2 of results

  1. Silicon-Based Micromachined Packaging Techniques for High Frequency Applications 1999 ***

""microelectromechanical systems" and "high frequency circuits"" page 4 of results

  1. Electronics Technology at APL 2003

"MEMs technology and high frequency circuits and nanotechnology" search results

  1. MEMS technology for timing and frequency control 2007 ***
  2. Driving Fully-Adiabatic Logic Circuits Using Custom High-Q MEMS Resonators

  • Deep Blue: University of Michigan Library

"MEMs and high frequency circuits" page 1 of results

  1. A CMOS-compatible high aspect ratio silicon-on-glass in-plane micro-accelerometer 2004
  2. Extremely-Wide-Range Supply-Independent CMOS Voltage References for Telemetry-Powering Applications 2006
  3. High Efficiency Micromachined Antennas: Micromachined Antennas for Microwave and Mm-Wave Applications 1997
  4. Electrostatically driven synthetic microjet arrays as a propulsion method for micro flight 2005
  5. W-Band Three-Dimensional Integrated Circuits Utilizing Silicon Micromachining 2000 ***

"MEMs and high frequency circuits" page 3 of results

  1. A wide-range micromachined threshold accelerometer array and interface circuit 2001
  2. Performance monitoring of the Geumdang Bridge using a dense network of high-resolution wireless sensors 2006

"MEMs and high frequency circuits" page 4 of results

  1. Dual-frequency-selective surfaces for near-infrared bandpass filters 2004
  2. Embedding damage detection algorithms in a wireless sensing unit for operational power efficiency 2004
  • AZojono - Journal of Nanotechnology Online:

AZojono - Journal of Nanotechnology Online

  1. Electrical Characterization with Scanning Probe Microscopes From Veeco
  2. Development of Measurement Set-up for Electromechanical Analysis of Bucky Paper Actuators 16/11/2007 ***
  3. Selection of Application Specific Single and Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes by In Situ Characterization of Conductive and Field Emission Properties 16/11/2007 ***
  4. The Synthesis of Bamboo Structured Carbon Nanotubes on MgO Supported Bimetallic Cu-Mo Catalysts 16/11/2007 ***
  5. Chemical Vapour Deposition Grown Carbon Nanotubes for Interconnect Technology 16/11/2007 ***
  6. From Nautilus to Nanobo(a)ts: The Visual Construction of Nanoscience 22/12/2005 ***
  7. Structural and Physical Properties of Mo6SxI9-x Molecular Nanowires 16/11/2007 ***
  1. Nanowires and Nanocrystals for Nanotechnology

Discussion[View | Edit]

Welcome![edit source]


Hi CLMitchell,

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Hey Cinda,

Thanks for the heads-up on those sources. I'll have to look through them closer this weekend, but I'm pretty sure some of them will be informative just going by the titles.

Sean McFarland

Nice start on lit review[edit source]

Keep up the good work -- try some of the University databases here to get access to the articles -- also there is considerably more work on the topic -- so you still need to narrow down your focus. --Joshua 14:23, 1 February 2008 (PST)

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