Tunneling or tunnelling may refer to:

  • Digging tunnels (the literal meaning)
  • Quantum tunneling, the quantum-mechanical effect where a particle crosses through a classically-forbidden potential energy barrier
  • Tunneling (fraud), a fraud committed by a company's own management or by major shareholders
  • Tunneling protocol, transmitting one computer network protocol that is encapsulated inside another network protocol

Other articles related to "tunneling":

HTTP Tunnel Clients
... are several free/open-source, and commercial HTTP Tunneling client applications that allow even applications that lack native tunneling support to communicate from locations ... The free or open-source HTTP Tunneling clients are usually packaged as a pair of applications, one of which performs the role of the mediator server, the other performing ... The commercial HTTP Tunneling client applications are provided by companies that run their own mediator server farms ...
Metro Tunneling Group
... Metro Tunneling Group (MTG) is a Joint Venture of five companies On December 19, 2006, the international Joint Venture - Metro Tunneling Group received the Letter of Acceptance from Delhi ...
Sadeg Faris - Education
... devices that resembled the scanning tunneling microscope, STM ... His point contact tunneling devices made of tungsten tips of 5 nm were not used for nano-scale microscopy, instead, they were used as ultra-fast detectors/rectifiers of laser ... elucidating the role of quantum mechanical tunneling mechanism being responsible for the femto-second speed of response and other interesting non-linear phenomena ...
Surface Diffusion
... Tunneling diffusion is a particularly interesting example of an unconventional mechanism wherein hydrogen has been shown to diffuse on clean metal ... and rates, the most important of which are field ion microscopy and scanning tunneling microscopy ...

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