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anuj goel

respected sir,
these journals are very helpful to people connected to vlsi and mems.i am m.tech. in microelectronics and vlsi design. i am taking m.tech. six months training from centrl electronics engineering instt.,pilani(india) in mems department.

usama

That seems to be greet. However, also MEMS resonators/filters are of great importance due to the very high Q comparing with traditional techniques. Should i ask you sir, why did not you go through producing these MEMS devices?

Usama Zaghloul
Resarch Assistant
Electronics Research Institute, Cairo- Egypt

Matthieu Lagouge

One of the main benefit you claim for your switch is the co-integration with a CMOS process. But for this to be useful for your customers, you need to qualify for their foundry partners.
So is the "possibility" of later licensing the technology not rather a future requirement?

lucky

your investor journal is very informative

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