Tag: Nanotechnology

IEEE/IEC 61588-2021

In this standard, a protocol is defined that provides precise synchronization of clocks in packet-based networked systems. Synchronization of clocks can be achieved in heterogeneous systems that include clocks of different inherent precision, resolution, and stability. The protocol supports synchronization accuracy and precision in the sub-microsecond range with minimal network and local computing resources. Customization is supported by means of profiles. The protocol includes default profiles that permit simple systems to be installed and operated without the need for user management. Sub-nanosecond time transfer accuracy can be achieved in a properly designed network.

IEEE 62659-2015

This International Standard provides a framework for introducing nanoelectronics into large scale, high volume production in semiconductor manufacturing facilities through the incorporation of nanomaterials (e.g. carbon nanotubes, graphene, quantum dots, etc.). Since semiconductor manufacturing facilities need to incorporate practices that maintain high yields, there are very strict requirements for how manufacturing is performed. Nanomaterials represent a potential contaminant in semiconductor manufacturing facilities and need to be introduced in a structured and methodical way. This International Standard provides steps employed to facilitate the introduction of nanomaterials into the semiconductor manufacturing facilities. This sequence is described below under the areas of raw…

IEEE 1906.1-2015

A definition, terminology, conceptual model, and standard metrics for ad hoc network communication at the nanoscale are provided. Human-engineered networking is extended by the physical properties of nanoscale communication in ways beyond that defined in existing communication standards. These include in vivo, sub-cellular medical communication, smart materials and sensing at the molecular level, and the ability to operate in environments that would be too harsh for macroscale communication mechanisms to operate. Collaboration among a highly diverse set of disciplines with differing definitions and connotations for some terms is required by nanoscale communication, thus a common terminology is necessary in order…

IEEE 1620-2008

This standard describes a method for characterizing organic electronic devices, including measurement techniques, methods of reporting data, and the testing conditions during characterization. Adopted by IEC as IEC 62860 Edition 1.0 2013-07.

IEEE 1650-2005

Recommended methods and standardized reporting practices for electrical characterization of carbon nanotubes are covered. Due to the nature of carbon nanotubes, significant measurement errors can be introduced if the electrical characterization design-of-experiment is not properly addressed. This standard describes the most common sources of measurement error, particularly for high-impedance electrical measurements commonly required for carbon nanotubes. This standard also gives recommended practices in order to minimize and/or characterize the effect of measurement artifacts and other sources of error encountered while measuring carbon nanotubes.

IEEE N42.15-1980

Superseded by N42.15-1990. The purpose of this standard is to provide the user with a means of verifying the performance of typical liquid-scintillation counting systems.

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