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Smart Electronic Systems. Heterogeneous Integration of Silicon and Printed Electronics

  • ID: 3615717
  • Book
  • 296 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Unique in focusing on both organic and inorganic materials from a system point of view, this text offers a complete overview of printed electronics integrated with classical silicon electronics.

Following an introduction to the topic, the book discusses the materials and processes required for printed electronics, covering conducting, semiconducting and insulating materials, as well as various substrates, such as paper and plastics. Subsequent chapters describe the various building blocks for printed electronics, while the final part describes the resulting novel applications and technologies, including wearable electronics, RFID tags and flexible circuit boards.

Suitable for a broad target group, both industrial and academic, ranging from mechanical engineers to ink developers, and from chemists to engineers.
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INTRODUCTION

Definition of Printed Electronic Systems

Technology, Applications and Markets

Challenges and Future Trends

References

PART 1: MATERIALS AND PROCESSES FOR PRINTED ELECTRONICS.

FUNCTIONAL ELECTRONIC INKS

Introduction

Conductive Inks

Semiconducting Inks

Summary

FLEXIBLE SUBSTRATES AND FOR PRINTED INTERCONNECTIONS

Introduction

Polyimide versus Paper Sheets

Paper Surface Properties and Printed Interconnections

Reliability Assessment of Paper Based Printed Interconnections

Summary

PART 2: PRINTED ELECTRONIC BUILDING BLOCKS.

PRINTED THIN FILM TRANSISTORS (TFTS) AND CIRCUITS

Introduction

Printing Process of TFTs

Electrical Performance of the TFTs

Carbon Nanotube TFTs and Circuits

Summary and Outlook

PRINTED PASSIVE WIRELESS SENSORS

Introduction

Sensing Materials

Time Domain Based Sensors

Frequency Domain Based Sensors

Conclusion and Future Work

PRINTED RFID ANTENNAS

Background

Trends and Challenges

Narrow Band RFID Antennas

Wideband RFID Antennas

Sensor–enabled Antennas

Conclusions and Future Work

PRINTED CHIPLESS RFID TAGS

Introduction

Applications and Market Projection

Time Domain Chip–less RFID Tags

Frequency Domain Based Chip–less RFID tags

Summary and Future Work

PART 3. SYSTEM INTEGRATION FOR PRINTED ELECTRONICS.

FLEXIBLE BIO–PATCH

Background

Integration Methodology

Paper–based Bio–patch

Polyimide–based Bio–patch

Summary and Future Work

HUMIDITY SENSOR CARDS

Introduction

System Overview

Integration Methodology

Demonstrations of Humidity Sensor Cards on Plastic and Paper

Bendability of the Cards

Conclusion

SUMMARY AND OUTLOOK
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Li–Rong Zheng
Hannu Tenhunen
Zhuo Zou
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