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Geometric Design and Compensation Rules Generation and Characterization for All-Inkjet-Printed Organic Thin Film Transistors
  DOI :  10.2352/J.ImagingSci.Technol.2013.57.4.040402  Published OnlineJuly 2013
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Abstract Rules for geometric design and compensation aim to guarantee that layout representations match final printed patterns within an accepted tolerance for a desired process yield. The more conservative the rules, the better the yield. Therefore, for a given process and after an experimental extraction of the required process parameters, it is possible to derive minimum design rules that characterize the technological process to a point where, without necessarily having an in-depth knowledge of the process and materials involved; design engineers can address physical design in order to develop devices and systems. In this article, a methodology for the extraction and characterization of inkjet geometric design rules and the application of compensation techniques to permit the inkjet manufacturing of reliable and precise designs is proposed as a first step towards separating design from digital fabrication, in a similar way to what has already occurred in silicon microelectronics technology.

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Eloi Ramon, Carme Martínez-Domingo, Jordi Carrabina, "Geometric Design and Compensation Rules Generation and Characterization for All-Inkjet-Printed Organic Thin Film Transistorsin Journal of Imaging Science and Technology,  2013,  pp 40402-1 - 40402-12,  https://doi.org/10.2352/J.ImagingSci.Technol.2013.57.4.040402

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