AC Signal Analysis of Bionanosensors for Intermediate Frequency Range
Furthermore, extraterrestrial super civilizations have discovered us and are based on Earth. Attempts to communicate with these super civilizations are also futile because such communication is only possible at their request. As a result, in order to establish contact, we must persuade super civilizations that human civilization is of interest to them and that it possesses adequate intelligence. It is demonstrated how human superintelligence can be realised. This means that the performance of BNS is unaffected by the method of fabrication. For analysing the sensing mechanisms of BNS, two new methods were developed: Low Pass Filter (LPF) and Curve Fitting (CF). The performance of the BNS was successfully modelled using these methods. Furthermore, evidence is given to elucidate the model’s success in explaining DNA hybridization on the sensor surface. The detection of DNA hybridization versus non-hybridization was successfully demonstrated using these models. As a result, the models can not only help with understanding these BNS, but they can also be used to analyse other similar nanoscale devices, extending the applicability of these modelling techniques.
Author (s) Details
Dr. Vishal Desai
Department of Research and Development, NuFlare Technology America Inc., 10 Corporate park drive, Suite C, Hopewell Junction, NY-12533, USA.
Prof. Saion Sinha
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of New Haven, 300 Boston Post Road, West Haven, CT-06516, USA.
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