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rows · Project Description Open Phone Abstraction Library (OPAL) is a C++ multi-platform, multi . May 12,  · Open Phone Abstraction Library (OPAL) is a C++ multi-platform, multi-protocol library for Fax, Video & Voice over IP and other networks. Also included is the Portable Tool Library (PTLib) which is a C++ multi-platform abstraction library and collection o/5. May 11,  · OpalVOIP is a free communication software that enables you to enjoy Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) with ease. A fork of the OpenH project, this internet phone tool is an open-source program that supports a wide range of commonly-used protocols for .

 

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Aug 24,  · Page last modified on August 24, , at AM. OpalVOIP Is a free PTLIb compiler for apps that use VOIP functions, such as Nimbuzz and Messenger. It uses Visual Studio for most of the work, but you can also use optional programs like OpenSSL. The program automatically detects which one you are using and will compile the system for you.4/ Feb 22,  · Open Phone Abstraction Library (OPAL) is a C++ multi-platform, multi-protocol library for Fax, Video & Voice over IP and other networks. Also.
 
 
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Immersion lithography: 32nm norms in question

The 65-nm technological process that is at the stage of introduction into mass production, as is known, in some cases, in particular, Intel, was able to provide without the use of immersion technologies (implying immersion of the processed semiconductor wafers in water or other liquid with a refractive index greater than 1). The microprocessor giant has already made it clear that it is likely that it will not use immersion for 45-nm norms, considering the technology as a candidate for implementation for 32-nm norms, if by that time EUV lithography (using sources of “hard” ultraviolet radiation) will never be ready for implementation. Considering that there is a real battle for 32nm among supporters of different technologies, there may not be a place for immersion lithography at all in Intel factories.

Unlike Intel, Taiwanese contract manufacturer TSMC has announced its intention to implement immersion tools for 45nm manufacturing. In the future, TSMC is considering the possibility of using immersion technologies for 32 nm standards, electron beam lithography or EUV – for 22 ns standards.

However, concerns that the high refractive index materials necessary for efficient operation of immersion instruments operating with 193 nm light sources will not be created in time have been growing more and more recently. Experts say modern 193nm immersion lithographic instruments using distilled water (refractive index 1.44) will produce up to 32nm standards. ASML, Canon and Nikon Already Offer 193nm Immersion Scanners That Can Be Used For 45nm Manufacturing. Further prospects for immersion depend on the development of liquids and materials of the optical system with a higher refractive index, and a number of companies, in particular DuPont and JSR, are working in this direction, claiming to achieve a refractive index value of 1.64. However, with these fluids, a lot of still unresolved problems arise (for example, toxicity, the ability to enter into chemical reactions with silicon, high cost, etc.). d.), therefore, the general mood in the industry is such that industrialists are increasingly looking towards technologies such as electron beam lithography (used, in general, for a long time, but not used in mass production due to the low processing speed) and already the mentioned EUV lithography. For example, ASML does not believe that materials with a high refractive index will be ready on time – by 2021, and suggests manufacturers to tune in to EUV lithography.