Chip `Sandwiches' For Smaller, Faster Transistors
It may seem as if semiconductor engineers would like to reduce everything to digital code, the language of ones and zeros that computers use. Chips using analog, or wavelike, signals are far less common. But analog chipmaking is staging a comeback--and specialists such as Harris Corp. in Melbourne, Fla., may help solve a looming technological problem.
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