2. WHAT IS A MICROCHIP
4. HOW IS MICROCHIP MADE
5. HOW DOES A MICROCHIP WORK
9. THE FUTURE
This seminar will present an overview of the knowledge base of the emerging field of study, the Microchip Technology. Microchips are small wafer of semiconductor materials, usually silicon, forming the base on which an integrated circuit is laid out, or such a wafer together with its integrated circuit. Computers, cellular phones, and other digital appliances are now inextricable parts of the structure of modern societies. That is, modern computing, communications, manufacturing and transport systems, including the Internet, all depend on the existence of microchips.
Indeed, many scholars believe that the digital revolution—brought about by the microchip revolution—was one of the most significant occurrences in the history of mankind. This seminar covers the basic concepts of technical details on the approach as well as additional information on its history, working, advantages and disadvantages. The microchip was first discovered by Robert Noyce and Jack Kilby in 1958. Only a half century after their development was initiated, microchips have become ubiquitous. It works on the principle of RFID Technology.
There are many advantages of microchips such as small size, less expensive, less fragile, high computational performance, high reliability....