‘Non-Desirable’ Design Applied On Transistors; Could Function For Years Without Batteries
A new transistor has been recently developed by scientists at the University of Cambridge that’s capable of operating for years without the need for a battery. The design of the device is based on a “non-desirable” characteristic that engineers typically avoid.
Moore's Law Predicts Transistors Will Stop Shrinking By 2021
Tech experts expect that Moore's Law will challenge further miniaturization of transistors by the year 2021.