The ability to solder the substrate enhances its potential for use as a basic technology in printable flexible electronics, the inventors say.
What does BT stand for?
BT stands for Basic Technology
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Tokyo, Japan, May 26, 2006 - (JCN) - Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) and Honda Research Institute Japan (HRI) have co-developed an innovative brain machine interface (BMI), a basic technology for manipulating robots.
The basic technology is not brand-new but had never been applied to parts this large at such fast fill rates, says Jerasa.
It covers the basic technology, the importance of site and orientation, costs and advice on sizing, and outlines different ways PVs can be integrated in buildings' roofs and facades.
Imation's role, as Rosenberger notes, is to take the basic technology developed by Lucent and "to reduce the [technological complexity] to manufacturability of the media, to do the testing and so forth [in order] to make this a real product.