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802.11a. This protocol was one of the earliest that was adopted for home and SOHO use. It transmits on the 5 GHz band, with a theoretical throughput of 54 Mbps (actual throughput closer to 20). The higher frequency means shorter available range. 802.11b. This is another older protocol that transmits on the 2.4 GHz band rather than the 5 GHz band. Actual throughput is around 6 Mbps, though theoretically it can reach 11 Mbps. It has a longer range and is more popular than 802.11a. 802.11g. This is the most common newer protocol that transmits on the 2.4 GHz band. It has a theoretical throughput of 54 Mbps and nearly 25 Mbps throughput in the real world. It is backwardscompatible with 802.11b.
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In the downlink (base station to mobile), the base station is capable of synchronising the transmission of all the users signals, such that the symbol durations are aligned with each other. Hence the composite signal is received at each mobile station with d l i ) = 0 for IC = l,2, . . . , K . This scenario is also known as symbol-synchronous transmission. Using the conventional so-called single-user detector, each symbol of the jth user is retrieved from the received signal r ( t ) by correlating it with the jth user s spreading code in order to give:
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MOSFETs on PI substrates, which demonstrates a capability for fabricating unit cells that could be implemented in active IR imagers on exible surfaces. Electrodes of Ti/Au (5/70 nm) deposited on the ends of the GaAs nanoribbons (thicknesses, widths, and lengths of 270 nm, 100 m, and 400 m, respectively) form back-to-back Schottky diodes with separations of 10 m. The resulting detector cells exhibit current enhancement as the intensity of IR illumination increases, in good agreement with P-SPICE simulation. A responsivity of about 0.30 A/W at a wavelength of 850 nm is observed in the range from 1 to 5 V. The bendability of this system, which is comparable with that of the devices in Fig. 13.14, could be useful for advanced systems such as curved focal plane arrays for wide-angle IR night vision imagers. 13.6 s-Sc ELECTRONICS ON RUBBER Mechanical stretchability is an important characteristic for extreme bendability in exible macroelectronics. In addition, this feature is required for systems that require conformal integration with complex curvilinear surfaces such as aircraft wings for structural health monitors or hemispheres for electronic eye type imagers. Bendability can be obtained by using thin electronic materials (e.g., s-Sc) on thin substrates (e.g., plastic sheets). Such systems can be rolled into cylinders or cone shapes, neither of which requires signi cant stretching. A strategy to achieve stretchability, which represents a much more challenging mechanical characteristic than bendability, is to use semiconductor materials preformed into wavy shapes that can evolve, similar to an accordion bellows, in response to applied strains. This approach provides an effective stretchability that does not require the materials themselves to experience signi cant strains. Such wavy layouts can be obtained using the wellknown mechanical buckling phenomena. This section provides a brief summary of stretchable inorganic semiconductor ribbons and their implementation in stretchable electronic devices. Buckling (or wrinkling) instabilities represent a well-known phenomenon in mechanics, and it has been extensively studied.100 When a stiff, thin layer of material bonded to a compliant substrate is compressed, the layer relieves the strain by buckling to form periodic, out-of-plane undulations of the layer and the near-surface regions of substrate. Controlled buckling of thin metal lms on elastomeric substrates can be used to achieve stretchable interconnects for rigid device islands, as a route to stretchable electronics.101 Another approach relies on devices that themselves, in addition to the interconnects, are stretchable. Here, wavy semiconductor materials and devices are required. The process for fabricating such elements starts with thin strips, or ribbons, of single-crystalline Si or GaAs, or integrated devices, formed using the methods described previously, followed by bonding to prestrained elastomeric (PDMS) supports. Relaxing the prestrain forms buckled, wavy device elements that can accommodate externally applied strains by changing their
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Devices with a CC or CD con guration have the highest input impedance and lowest output impedance.
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