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STTSchool of Technical Training (Royal Air Force)
STTSpin-Transfer Torque (microelectronics)
STTScience and Technology of Thailand
STTSanction to Test (electrical inspections)
STTStop Tail Turn (tractor trailer lighting)
STTState Street Corporation (stock symbol)
STTSwiss Table Tennis
STTSurface Tension Transfer (welding)
STTSeptic Tank Treatment (home maintenance)
STTSportbike Track Time (Holland, MI)
STTSecurities Transaction Tax (India)
STTSingapore Technologies Telemedia
STTStart and Stop
STTString Type
STTStateless Transport Tunneling (computer networking)
STTSuomen Tietotoimisto (Finnish National News Agency)
STTSpeech to Text (system for hearing impaired)
STTSergeant's Time Training (US Army)
STTSecure Transaction Technology
STTSpouses to Teachers (US DoD)
STTStrategy-To-Task
STTStenographer, Medical (US Navy)
STTStability Transition Team (US Army)
STTSpinothalamic Tract
STTSheridan Travel and Tourism (Sheridan, WY)
STTSumatran Tiger Trust
STTSchirmer Tear Test (ophthalmology)
STTSpacelab Transfer Tunnel (US NASA)
STTSurface Test Tree
STTShort Term Training
STTSoft Tissue Therapy
STTStudent Talking Time (TESOL jargon)
STTSystem Time Table
STTSingle Target Track
STTSpecial Tactics Team
STTSmall Tactical Terminal
STTSatellite Transportable Terminal (communications; US Army)
STTState Transition Table
STTSet-Top Terminal
STTSkid to Turn (missile)
STTSEAL Tactical Training
STTSt. Thomas Hall (University of Scranton)
STTSpace-Time Trellis (coding scheme)
STTSave the Trees (band)
STTShore Targeting Terminal
STTSource to Target (data mapping)
STTShort Term Throughput
STTSpecial Task Team
STTSoft Tissue Trauma
STTSchool of Telecommunications Technology
STTStatement to Task
STTSlave to Target (blog)
STTSt Thomas Island, VI, USA - Cyril E. King Airport (Airport Code)
STTSky Trek Tower (amusement park ride)
STTScaphoid, Trapezium and Trapezoid (wrist bones)
STTScaphotrapezoid-Trapezial (Joint)
STTSystem Test Tool
STTSekolah Tinggi Texmaco (Indonesian high school)
STTStrategy and Training Teams
STTSituational Training Template
STTSerial Thrombin Time
STTSoftware Tips and Tricks (website)
STTSignal Tracking Trainer
STTSchedule Training Time
STTSystem Technical Test
STTSpread To Treasurys
STTStep to Talk (audio transmission)
STTScalar Timing Theory
STTSuccess-To-The-Top Network Routing
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Furthermore, Furuya Metal's ruthenium targets have received high recognition in mass-production prototypes for the next-generation semiconductor memory known as spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random-access memory (STT-MRAM)*1.
Wang, "All-magnonic spin-transfer torque and domain wall propagation," Physical Review Letters, vol.
A spin-transfer torque magnetic random-access memory (STT-MRAM) comprises a stack of thin magnetic layers.
The solution is designed for testing STT-MRAM (spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random-access memory) devices that are used in super-low-power electronic systems, such as electronic appliances where it is necessary to reduce carbon emissions.
In the long-term, Yole says, spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive RAM (STTMRAM) is sure to be the only candidate to substitute DRAM thanks to its high endurance.
Additional sections cover post-CMOS device concepts and the future of micro and nanoelectronics, including spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random-access spintronics-straintronics and nanoionic switches, and elements of carbon electronics and solutions based on graphene and carbon nanotubes.
Spin-torque oscillator (STO) is a promising new device which is based on the spin-transfer torque (STT) effect in magnetic multilayered nanostructure.
Currently, magnetic memory is based on a technology called spin-transfer torque (STT), which uses the magnetic property of electrons - referred to as spin - in addition to their charge.
After introducing semiconductor memories in general, they cover phase change memory, spin-transfer torque random access memory, resistive random access memory, memristors, and the future of nonvolatile memory.
Japanese electronic and electrical products manufacturer Toshiba Corporation (Tokyo:6502) (LSE:TOS) is to collaborate with memory semiconductor supplier Hynix Semiconductor Inc (KRX:000660) on the joint development of Spin-Transfer Torque Magnetoresistance Random Access Memory (MRAM), the two companies announced today.
This new discovery will be particularly significant in reducing the chip area of spin-transfer torque magnetic random access memory (STT-MRAM), making its commercialization more practical.
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