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Planar Structures for High Frequency Band
Pulec, Jiří ; Pietriková, Alena (referee) ; Maschke, Jan (referee) ; Szendiuch, Ivan (advisor)
The present paper deals with the problematics of the design and technology of planar microelectronic structures for the hign frequency band. These structures were realised on the Department of Microelectronics and their properties were measured on the Department of Radioelectronics. The part of this work is also simulation of some microelectronic structures, where for these simulations the design and simulation tool Ansoft Designer and the FEM tool ANSYS was used. The attention is paid to the discrete devices (coils and capacitors) as well as to the more complex structures (frequency filters). The paper yields the new findings in the field of the design and technology of the discrete components as well as of the more complex systems, these findings can be used as the basis for another research of practical applications.
Non-Conventional Applications of Low-Temperature Co-Fired Ceramics
Klíma, Martin ; Mach, Pavel (referee) ; Pietriková, Alena (referee) ; Szendiuch, Ivan (advisor)
The doctoral thesis is aimed at research of application possibilities of low-temperature co-fired ceramics, especially its non-conventional usage. It deals with particular topics ensue from electronic chips package design. The thesis also touches optoelectronic sensor application of this ceramics.
Mechanical Properties of the Microelectronic Systems
Psota, Boleslav ; Steiner, František (referee) ; Pietriková, Alena (referee) ; Szendiuch, Ivan (advisor)
This paper deals with the behavior of electronic assemblies, which are loaded by the vibrations, especially in the context of computer simulations use. The main objective is to establish a procedure for determining the influence of vibration on the electronic boards and components using computer simulation; the definition of all factors affecting the accuracy of the result and evaluation of the individual influences.
New Areas of the Ultrasonic Application in Microelectronics Technology
Buršík, Martin ; Pietriková, Alena (referee) ; Králová,, Iva (referee) ; Szendiuch, Ivan (advisor)
Doctoral thesis deals with the deposition of special thixotropic materials for microelectronic technology. The aim of the work is the development of the new method optimizing the dosing process in order to achieve a print resolution of better than 100 microns. The work includes the development of a special dispensing head (UZD) using the influence of ultrasonic energy. These results demonstrate the possibility of a newly developed method that is able to print thixotropic materials with a resolution of 65 microns. Compared to other methods achieves these results with the commonly used materials for thick film technology with particle size up to 5 microns.

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