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fabricated at a fairly low cost using a solution-based process and printing techniques. Although the performance of the organic thin- lm transistors (TFTs) recently has become comparable with that of amorphous silicon (a-Si) TFTs,5 the stability and the reliability of the organic TFTs are insuf cient for use in many practical applications. On the other hand, inorganic semiconductors are stable and have higher mobilities, but they are dif cult to introduce into appropriate precursor solutions. Several experimental results have been reported on metal chalcogenide semiconductors,8,9 which exhibit eld-effect mobilities greater than 10 cm2/Vs, an order of magnitude higher than for a-Si TFTs (e.g., see 3). However, silicon has received very little attention so far as a target for solution processing. Recently, we have developed a silane-based liquid precursor for silicon lms.10,11 Spin coating this precursor, we have formed high-quality silicon lms and transistors that operated with a mobility of as high as 108 cm2/Vs. The uidic parameters of the precursor, such as viscosity and surface tension, are adjustable to also be compatible with ink-jetting. A TFT formed using an inkjetted silicon island operated with a mobility of 6.5 cm2/Vs. Furthermore, the liquid silicon precursor is also suitable for the deposition of SiO2 insulator lms and doped (both n- and p-type) silicon lms. In this chapter, we describe the synthesis and properties of the liquid silicon material, the formation process and characteristics of amorphous and poly-silicon lms, as well as the performance of solution-processed, silicon-based transistors.
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The entire promotion and installation process of a multi-domain forest should take no longer than an hour on a well burned-in machine and on the local area network. On a very powerful machine with very fast hard disks, it can take as little as ve minutes. If the process takes longer, or if Windows Server 2008 seems to be taking hours or even the whole day to write information to the disks, then you have a problem and need to terminate the effort (just be sure the bottleneck is not due to replication that is taking place over a slow link to a remote site). Powering down the machine is the only way to terminate the effort. This, by the way, happened to us only once in more than 30 promotions. After restarting the machine, we started the effort again, and it ran all the way in about an hour.
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FIGURE 11.1 Wireless network topologies: (a) centralized network; (b) distributed network; (c) multihop meshed network. Circles denote wireless terminals, and lines denote communication paths.
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