Comparison of static and dynamic printed organic shift registers

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Event IEEE Electron Device Letters

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Technical Publications
January 11th 2013
Dynamic and static shift register circuits are fabricated with an inkjet process for printing complementary organic semiconductors. The static design is based on edge-triggered master-slave flip-flops and the dynamic design is based on a true-single-phase-clock architecture. The merits and drawbacks of the two approaches are considered and compared.

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Schwartz, D. E.; Ng, T. Comparison of static and dynamic printed organic shift registers. IEEE Electron Device Letters. 2013 February; 34 (2): 271-273.

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