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Nanotechnology

The technology that controls products at the atomic or molecular state. Nanotechnology has uses in information technology, heavy industry and energy.
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While this paper is admittedly produced by a company comparing one of its own crystal oscillators to comparable MEMS devices, the results are worthy of consideration.
Building on the success of its first generation of RF MEMS SmarTuners, Cavendish will release the 2nd generation of its RF MEMS products in 2Q of 2017, which will include the industry's first viable RF MEMS Switch for cellular Smartphone and IOT radio applications.
MEMS sensors are fabricated on silicon wafers using equipment and methods derived from large-scale CMOS manufacturing and therefore, have similar advantages over conventional macro-scale sensors including: lower cost, smaller size, lower power requirements, and better performance (all desirable advantages, especially for wearables).
Figure 3 shows a comparison between a MEMS resonator and a quartz resonator.
* Use of optical MEMS for telecommunication applications
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"According to a recent study of IHS, the global MEMS sensor market will grow from USD9.3 billion in 2014 to USD13 billion in 2019, at a CAGR of 7 percent.
Smartphone, tablet PC, and other consumer electronics items, like gaming, are considered to be the highest growing market segments in the MEMS industry.
The benefits of MEMS have been increasingly recognized.
Series MEMS capacitors and folded shunt stub inductors load a coplanar waveguide (CPW) line.
SPTS is a market-leader in deep reactive ion etching (DRIE) equipment and technology, a key building block in MEMS fabrication.