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Old 10th January 2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default Coursera: Columbia University course: MOS Transistors

Hi there. Sorry for off topic, but coursera has course planned ahead (date unknown though) , topic name is MOS Transistors: Learn how MOS transistors work, and how to model them. The understanding provided in this course is essential not only for device modelers, but also for designers of high-performance circuits.

I think its just interesting for beginners and for advanced ones
How to find time to finish my projects ?
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