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This may be a technology of future and may replace most of the existing technologies provided a working prototype is developed and tested in different conditions.I would certainly like to know more on this subject and may be, add on bits for improvement, based on integration of technologies available in differ work fields.


Patterned MEMS in electret microphones? A very intriguing thought.

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