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MEMSMicro Electro-Mechanical Systems
MEMSMedieval and Early Modern Studies (various schools)
MEMSMicro Electronic Mechanical Systems
MEMSMetallurgical Engineering & Materials Science (various locations)
MEMSManalapan-Englishtown Middle School (Manalapan, NJ)
MEMSMedication Event Monitoring System
MEMSMicrosystems and Microelectromechanical Systems
MEMSMobile Emergency Medical System
MEMSMicroelectromecaniques
MEMSMicro Electro Mechanical Sensor
MEMSModular Emergency Medical System
MEMSMilitary Emergency Management Specialist (State Guard Association of the US)
MEMSMaine Emergency Medical Services (Maine Department of Public Safety)
MEMSMicro Electrical Machine System
MEMSSoprano Mobile Enterprise Messaging Suite
MEMSMedical Equipment Management System
MEMSMaryland Emergency Medical Services
MEMSMalaysian Endocrine & Metabolic Society (Malaysia)
MEMSMember Enrollment Management System
MEMSMaster Events Management System (tool assisting in the planning, execution and analysis of MOOTW exercises)
MEMSModular Emergency Management Systems
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The block diagram of a Si-MEMS device, as shown in Figure 1, consists of a MEMS resonator, a stabilizing phase-locked-loop, and additional circuitry to provide for temperature stability.
Vertiv and MEMS Power Generation closed the sale on Nov.
Cavendish's low-loss, high-Q RF MEMS tuners provide a truly differentiated solution that allows OEMs to design tunable antennas that enable peak signal strength and corresponding high data rates across the entire set of LTE bands, said Paul Dal Santo, CEO of Cavendish Kinetics.
Its novel piezoelectric MEMS (piezo-MEMS) vibrational energy harvester (pVEH) and piezo-sensor platform technology are at the core of its Micro-Power Generator (MPG) products (provide variable AC electricity output) and Power Cell products (offer AC to DC conversion and configurable fixed DC voltage electronics, and various types of energy storage).
The key building block of the MEMS-based oscillator is the MEMS resonator, which is fabricated and encapsulated at the silicon wafer level using the MEMS First [TM] process [6,7].
Other optical MEMS: It includes products such as microdisplays, micromirrors, optical MEMS switches, and optical MEMS sensors used in smartphones, tablet PCs, and communications applications.
MEMS devices are used in various consumer electronics such as cell phones, tablets, laptops, and gaming consoles as they fulfil stringent cost and power requirements for a number of functionalities such as GPS, audio, video, motion sensing, gesture recognition, and navigation.
Joseph Xie, President of QST Corporation, "QMG6982 developed by our company represents an innovative breakthrough among the local MEMS designers, which caters to the customers' increasing demands for low-cost and high-performance MEMS sensors.
Miniaturized mechanical, electro-mechanical components are also known as micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS).
"MEMS promises to revolutionize every product category," wrote manufacturing expert Dr.
The underlying reconfiguration technology is MEMS due to the need for low loss, convenient control, and ability to monolithically integrate a large number of controlling elements into an electrically large structure.