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Editorial

Kasturi Vasudevan

Article ID: 4142
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Abstract: In this issue, manuscripts have been published on a wide variety of topics, which demonstrates the large scope of Semiconductor Science & Information Devices. ...
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Shaun Mc Brearty, William Farrelly, Kevin Curran

Article ID: 3347
Views - 311  (Abstract) PDF - 57  (Download)
Abstract: In the absence of specialized encryption hardware,cryptographic operations must be performed in main memory.As such,it is common place for cyber criminals to examine the content of main memory with a view to retrieving high-value data in plaintext form and/or the associated decryption key.In this paper,the author presents a number of simple methods for id...
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Husam Abduldaem Mohammed, Aqiel Almamori, Ali A. Alwahib

Article ID: 3749
Views - 214  (Abstract) PDF - 40  (Download)
Abstract: This paper reports a fiber Bragg grating (FBG) as a biosensor. The FBGs were etched using a chemical agent,namely,hydrofluoric acid (HF). This implies the removal of some part of the cladding layer. Consequently, the evanescent field propagating out of the core will be closer to the environment and become more sensitive to the change in the surrounding. T...
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Hla Myo Tun, Khin Kyu Kyu Win, Zaw Min Naing, Devasis Pradhan, Prasanna Kumar Sahu

Article ID: 3861
Views - 243  (Abstract) PDF - 54  (Download)
Abstract: The system analysis of specific absorption rate (SAR) in human body exposed to a base station antenna by using finite difference time domain techniques was presented in this research works. The objectives of this work are to evaluate the knowledge and awareness about SAR among human body and mobile base station. The paper investigates the ...
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Linsheng Wang

Article ID: 4154
Views - 541  (Abstract) PDF - 39  (Download)
Abstract: Green hydrogen production from the electrolysis of water has good appli cation prospect due to its renewability. The applied voltage of 1.6-2.2V is required in the traditional actual water electrolysis process although the the oretical decomposition potential of electrolyzing water is 1.23V. The high overpotential in the electrode re...
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