Sagar Suthram served as lead author of a paper that discussed silicon-germanium with strained quantum wells (QWs) which could offer a replacement for silicon channels for 22nm and beyond, meeting future low-power and high-performance requirements that are probably too great for silicon-based materials.
What does SQW stand for?
SQW stands for Strained Quantum Well
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- SQL Warehousing Tool
- Square Wave
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- Sindh Qaumi Welfare Association (India)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Experimental findings also indicate that PMOSFETs with strained quantum wells show good performance qualities comparable to silicon.
Prior to this invention, it was not possible to employ a sufficient number of strained quantum wells to achieve the gain desired for long wavelength VCSELs due to so-called "critical thickness" constraint.