Publication Type:

Patent

Source:

Volume US5558957 A, Number US 08/329,347 (1996)

URL:

https://www.google.com/patents/US5558957

Abstract:

A method is provided for making a flexible primary battery suitable for microelectronics applications, and more particularly, for use with self-contained self-powered portable devices (SSPD) such as RF-ID tags. The method generally employs photolithography and etching techniques to minimize the thicknesses of metal foils required in the structure of the battery, as well as packaging methods which yield a flexible and durable battery having a thickness of not more than about 0.5 millimeter, and preferably about 0.3 millimeter or less, and a relatively small size on the order of a few square centimeters in surface area.

Cite this Research Publication

Dr. Madhav Datta and Shenoy, R. V., “Method for making a thin flexible primary battery for microelectronics applications”, U.S. Patent US 08/329,3471996.

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