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T-SpiceA version of SPICE developed by Tanner Research Labs and part of MEMS Pro.
 
Technology FileA file that is normally paired with a 2-D layout file that describes the fabrication process steps required to achieve the 3-D finished MEMS or IC.
 
Test vectorsA set of circuit stimuli and expected circuit responses that are used to first test a circuit simulation and ultimately fabricated devices.
 
Thermal ActuatorAn electro-thermally actuated MEMS device. A current passed though the device causes Joule (I2R) heating resulting in differential thermal expansion of the device, which can be used to extract a relatively large mechanical deformation.
 
Toggle coverageThe ratio of the number of nodes toggled by a set of test vectors to the total nodes in a circuit.
 
Top-down design methodologyA method of controlling the complexity of design development. Top down design begins with the most abstract description of a system, and breaks this into subdescriptions. The lowest level should describe those devices purchased outside of the organization.
 
TransistorA Transistor is a basic solid-state control device which allows or disallows current flow between two terminals, based on the voltage or current delivered to a third terminal.
 


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