Created the first ultra-thin microcircuits, 25 microns thick

Created the first ultra-thin microcircuits, 25 microns thick

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Engineers unveiled a pair of the first ultra-thin flexible microcircuits, less than 25 microns thick, about three times thinner than a human hair.

By words developers from Tsinghua University, technology flexible electronics allows embed different types of materials on plastic substrates. therefore such chips can use in the field of communications, smart manufacturing, IoT and digital healthcare.

The team says flexible chips can use, eg, for amplification of analog signals or integration of the processor with Bluetooth.

Created the first ultra-thin microcircuits, 25 microns thick

The first samples were demonstrated at the 2nd International Conference on Flexible Electronics held in Hangzhou.

Let us remind you that in May company Samsung announced the development of a prototype 3nm processor.

text: Ilya Bauer, a photo: VCG

Created the first ultra-thin microcircuits, 25 microns thick

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