Nanocircuitry

 

Nanocircuits are electrical circuits on the scale of nanometers. One nanometer is equal to 10-9 meters or a row of 10 hydrogen atoms. With circuits becoming smaller, they are able to fit more on a computer chip. Thus, they will be able to perform more complex functions using less power and at a faster speed. Nanocircuits are organized into three different parts: transistors, interconnections, and architecture, all dealt within the nano scale.

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