Scientists turn to nanomagnets for on-chip inductors

03/20/2014 | EE Times

Scientists at the University of California-Berkeley are utilizing magnetic nanoparticles with an insulator coating to make smaller, more powerful on-chip inductors. "They provide good magnetic permeability with high cutoff frequency while reducing the eddy current losses at high-frequency operations," said Liwei Lin, a professor.

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