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DateDate: 4-01-2019, 08:51

The electronics industry has been able to comply with Gordon Moore’s law for several decades, but now the technologies have already come close to the limits, where some restrictions related to the minimum allowable dimensions of individual parts of electronic components come into force, dailytechinfo.org reports.
However, engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Colorado have developed a new technological process that makes it possible to manufacture "three-dimensional" transistors, the dimensions of which are three times smaller than the sizes of the smallest transistors used now in commercial products.
Not so long ago, the industrial standard for chip production was the technology at 14 nm. Nanometers in this case mean the size of the channel, the main component that determines the size of the transistor. Currently, the standard is technology at 10 nm, but some chip makers are already beginning the transition to 7-nm technology. In the meantime, researchers from various companies, including IBM, are working to create a 5-nm process.
New transistors, created by researchers, have dimensions of 2.5 nm, which is half the size of even experimental transistors under development. The key point of the new process is microproduction technology, called thermal atomic layer etching (thermal ALE). In this process, a billet of semiconductor material, gallium-indium arsenide, which is subjected to treatment with hydrogen fluoride, is taken, which allows to obtain on the surface of the semiconductor the thinnest layer of metal fluoride.
After that, the resulting base is treated with an organic substance called DMAC (dimethylaluminum chloride), which chemically reacts with metal fluoride. When the DMAC substance deposited on certain surface areas is removed, the thinnest atomic metal layer is removed with it. At one stage of such processing, a metal layer is removed at 0.02 nm, which allows for extremely high-precision engraving, which requires repeating the process hundreds and thousands of times.
“It’s like a layer-by-step cleaning of an onion head,” says lead researcher Wenjie Lu, “At each stage, we take only two percent of one nanometer, which gives us ultra-high accuracy, provides complete control over the process, which allows minimize the reject rate of production. "
The researchers used a new engraving technology to manufacture FinFET transistors (Fin Field-effect transistor), transistors with a three-dimensional structure, which are recently beginning to be widely used in electronics. In addition to small size, the basic performance of new transistors is 60 percent higher than the similar characteristics of existing transistors, and the unusually high ratio of channel resistance in the closed and open state makes the new transistors extremely effective in terms of the energy they use to work.
“We believe that the results of our work will have a huge impact on the world around us in the very near future,” says Wenji Liu, “We managed to gain control of the production of nanoscale devices at the atomic level. As we have demonstrated, this will further reduce the size of transistors and support Gordon Moore's law for some time. "

DateDate: 4-01-2019, 08:41

 
 Personal non-property and property rights for the invention belong to the author and protected under current legislation.
 The idea is that when an incoming call on a mobile phone ( smartphone ) caller sees and hears information about yourself, under which he recorded from the caller.
 This whole process is displayed in the subscriber's phone, which receives an incoming call. The caller will hear the ring tone, which he tied to the caller, and sees at the bottom of the screen the image that is on the caller. Click of this personalized mobile control program "Innovator", which is also displayed during the incoming call, it is possible to record both an image and a melody, without interrupting himself for the incoming call. Then, after recording information about the call in itself is already the program, it is possible to change your phone as a ringtone, if she doesn't like it in the picture, and send it by SMS or a link to the mobile caller informed the caller. The subscriber the right to accept or reject. 
That is, we have a mobile app that will force users of smartphones, which use already the majority, and sometimes comic form, if you want to share your tunes and images, modify them, offer to apply their versions of the tunes and the images themselves. 
 The idea is open for investment, and for its full redemption.
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