Original equivalent circuit models of metallic single-electron tunneling (SET) junctions and efficient analysis and synthesis techniques of nanoelectronic circuits are presented.
What does SET stand for?
SET stands for Single-Electron Tunneling
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We have 361 other meanings of SET in our Acronym Attic
- Serotonin Transporter
- Set (assembly language directive)
- Similarity-Enhanced Transfer
- Simple End-point Terminal (H.323)
- Simultaneous Engineering Technology
- Single Embryo Transfer (fertility treatment)
- Single Ended Triode (topology in tube amplifiers)
- Single Event Transient (electronics in space)
- Single-Electron Transfer
- Single-Electron Transistor
- Situational Emergency Training
- Skills Evaluator Trainer
- Skin Endpoint Titration
- Social Enrichment Training
- Social Events Team (various organizations)
- Social Exchange Theory
- Société d'Equipement de la Touraine (French: Touraine Development Company)
- Société, Environnement, Territoire (French: Company, Environment, Land; laboratory)
- Society of Engineering Technologists
- Software Engineering Technician
Samples in periodicals archive:
A team of NIST scientists, in collaboration with workers at NTT (Nippon Telephone and Telegraph) in Japan, have confirmed extremely low noise in Si-based single-electron tunneling (SET) transistors.
Single-electron tunneling, or SET, devices provide a means of manipulating individual electrons and detecting the motion of these electrons with extraordinary precision.