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Vol. 99, Issue 12, December 2008, pp.1-6





Pushing Low-Cost Sensors to Market

A NanoMarkets White Paper

March 2008

NanoMarkets, LC, PO Box 3840, Glen Allen, VA 23058,

Tel: 804-270-7010, fax: 804-270-7017

E-mail: sales@nanomarkets.net, www.nanomarkets.net



Received: 22 February 2008   /Accepted: 22 December 2008   /Published: 30 December 2008


Synopsis: One of the less talked about markets for printed and organic electronics is sensors. In fact, printed electronics is already used for sensor electrodes and to fabricate DNA arrays. In the future, NanoMarkets expects much wider use of printed electronics, including the printing of the on‐board processing power. New materials such as printed silicon and rubrene transistors will help in this regard. And, while most printed sensors have used screen printing the past, other printing modes are looking promising for fabricating sensors; flexo can do it in greater volumes and inkjet with more accuracy.


Keywords: Nanomarket, Printed electronics, Organic electronics, Rubrene transistors, Printed silicon


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