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Final Report - CAMELIA (Monolithic above in ultra high value capacitors for mobile and wireless communication systems)

Project ID: 33103
Funded under: FP6-NMP


The primary targeted application of the project was on-chip capacitors. By fabricating thin-film capacitors on-chip, one gains not only high-frequency decoupling capacitors, but also space saving, and significant improvements in performance over discrete chip capacitors. However, given the multi-functional nature of the high k, thin film materials, the project also explored the application of the thin films in MIM capacitors as a basic technological building block for the actuation part of a piezoelectric switch within a mobile device.

As outlined in their final report CAMELIA addressed these challenges of manufacturing thin film, high capacitance, above chip (hence low temperature) components by developing a novel low-cost ferroelectric multicomponent oxide based materials science and processing technology, enabling both the integration of decoupling capacitors with a very small form factor.

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