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Like the previous hardware, the new system supports up to 256 kernals for optical modeling. It has up to an 8 micron diameter optical interaction range for the 45-nm node and up to 7 micron diameter range for the 32- and 22-nm nodes, according to Brion.

Meanwhile, Brion's second solution, Tachyon DPT, enables chip makers to move into the double-patterning era. The solution, along with Brion's Tachyon Double Dipole Lithography (DDL) technology, uses a model-based approach in double-patterning applications.

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Double patterning is a semiconductor exposure method that involves splitting dense circuit patterns into two separate, less dense circuit patterns that are then printed individually on a target wafer,” according to Brion. The second pattern is printed between the lines of the first pattern, enabling the fabrication of denser patterns than would otherwise be possible. This technique is helping to extend current microlithography technology to future production nodes.”

DDL supports generic double-patterning lithography. DPT supports two double-patterning techniques in OPC verification: litho- (litho-etch-litho-etch) and spacer-DPT. Tachyon DPT offers full-chip conflict-free pattern split, model-based OPC, model-based stitching compensation and automatic density balancing.

Tachyon DPT is currently available and Tachyon 2.5 will be available during the second half of 2008.

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SANTA CLARA, CA — Agilent Technologies has introduced a measurement receiver for Mobile WiMAX, extending the technology support of its existing drive test receiver platform. This receiver enables network equipment manufacturers and wireless operators' RF engineering teams to effectively deploy, optimize and troubleshoot Mobile WiMAX networks by quickly identifying coverage and interference problems. The W1314A platform has options to support GSM, UMTS, IS95, cdma2000, 1xEVDO, iDEN and WiMAX™ technologies.

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As WiMAX technology matures and more advanced network designs are realized, it is important to maximize the effectiveness of drive-test teams by providing them the ability to quickly and accurately collect RF measurement data. This latest receiver integrates with the industry-leading Agilent E6474A network optimization software to provide a core of RF coverage data, technology-specific interference and optimization measurements.

As Mobile WiMAX begins to compete head on with other 3G and 3.5G technologies, there is even greater need to validate the network design and performance targets as quickly as possible,” said Jonathan Dunbar, general manager of Agilent's Drive Test business.”

For my project, I used a Sunbeam CR-SW-775 Silent Whisper heat sink and fan assembly. For readers who're wondering what happened to the Artic Cooling Freezer Pro 7 I said I was using in my last post, the deal is that I was so annoyed with the noisy StarTech heat sink in the Intel Pentium D 940 PC I use as my daily machine, that I stole” the Freezer Pro and put it there.

That left me heat sink-less for my QX9770 build. However, when I went to buy another Freezer Pro, Newegg had marked them up to $35 (as opposed to the $22 I paid for it last time). So, I went for the Sunbeam, which was only $19. The Sunbeam is a similar design, though it seems a little more fragile than the Freezer Pro. On the other hand, I had less trouble with its mobo mounting pins.

As well, I was able to salvage the fan cover from the StarTech heat sink to use as a protective shield over the mangled fan hole I cut into the side of the HP case. (Did I mention I'm a fanatic about cooling?) You'll see this in the video.

In closing, I should note that this is just the first part of my PC build project. As you can see from the video, I'm mainly grappling with the mechanical challenges of assembling the unit. I'll talk more about the computer fine points, and getting the thing up and running, in my next episode.


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