Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Thin papers work on embedded systems

Thin papers work on embedded systems

No more check forgery, no more currency forgery, no more stamp paper forgery... Thanks to Hitachi for developing world's smallest and thinnest IC chip that can be embedded in paper to track down parcels or prove the authenticity of a document.

The miniature IC chip is merely has a size of dust particle measuring just 0.15 millimeters by 0.15 millimeters and 7.5 micrometers thick.

How it works?

It works on power from electrical waves using an external antenna. These tiny chips are less expensive because the number of chips can be made from a single wafer, it could be used in thin papers on embedded systems products that are usually printed in large numbers.

The chip could also be used as parcel wrappers so they can be tracked down as they are delivered.


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