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Image Credits

  • [1] Neuron picture used in header background:
    © Peter Clevestig –
  • [2] Picture of CMOS MOSFET transistor (colorized):
    Cyril Buttay - “Cross section of a lateral MOSFET”
  • [3] Picture of a CMOS Inverter:
    Magnus Persson - “Static CMOS Inverter”
  • [4] Micrograph of a RF CMOS Chip:
    (no longer available)
  • [5] Diagram of a Backpropagation Neural Network:
    Copied from Government web site:
    (USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain)
  • [6] All other images have been created by Malcolm Stagg

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  • Victoria Stagg
    • My mother, for all of her help and support
  • Andrew Stagg
    • My brother, for all of his help and support
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    • For use of the ATIPS laboratory, to use Cadence Virtuoso
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    • For the demo license of Cadence Orcad Layout
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    • For agreeing to accept a fabrication proposal under the MOSIS education program
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