Boston University professor Raj Mohanty founded Sand9, a company focused on developing high-precision micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) technology, in 2007. The start-up, which spent its early years in OTD’s Technology Incubator, recently revealed the development of MEMS oscillator structures that match the performance of high-end temperature-compensated quartz crystal (TXCO) oscillators. This breakthrough will allow MEMS to [...]
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