Since 1987 - Covering the Fastest Computers in the World and the People Who Run Them

February 23, 2010

Junctionless Transistor Could Simplify Chip Making, Say Researchers

Peter Clarke

In a move that could revolutionize nanoelectronics manufacturing and the semiconductor industry, scientists at the Tyndall National Institute (Cork, Ireland) have designed and fabricated what they claim is the world’s first junctionless transistor. The breakthrough is based on the deployment of a control gate around a silicon wire that measures just a few dozen atoms across.

Full story at EE Times

Share This