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2002-02-28 Semiconductor material plant breaks ground in Beijing
Beijing New Building Material Co. Ltd has established a new company named Beijing New Material Incubator Co. Ltd located in Beixin Material Park, Zhong Guan Cun, Beijing, China
2011-12-26 New technique simplifies GaAs etching
A research team developed a method to chemically etch patterned arrays in GaAs used in solar cells, lasers, LEDs, FETs, capacitors and sensors
2006-03-16 GaAs dielectric points past silicon
Freescale Semiconductor's laboratory recently announced that it has cracked a 40-year-old puzzlehow to deposit a defect-free dielectric on GaAs
2005-09-15 FET surpasses GaAs FETs
Toshiba has announced development of a GaN power FET that is touted to surpass the operating performance of the GaAs FET widely used in base stations for terrestrial and satellite microwave communications
2014-04-23 GaAs cell scores 14% conversion efficiency with zinc oxide
Researchers modified the surface of a 9mm2 gallium arsenide solar cell through a chemical synthesis of thin films, nanostructures and nanoparticles to squash the sun's reflection and maximise the light absorbed.
2010-05-25 Groups tout low-cost, high-efficiency solar cells
Fraunhofer Institute and the University of Illinois have separately claimed breakthroughs in solar cell production.
2005-09-14 Toshiba touts power output of GaN-based FET
Toshiba Corp. has developed a gallium nitride (GaN) based power field effect transistor that it says far surpasses the operating performance of the gallium arsenide FET widely used in base stations for terrestrial and satellite microwave communications.
2008-12-24 RFMD to lower manufacturing costs
RF Micro Devices Inc. intends to streamline its operations and reduce GaAs semiconductor manufacturing costs. RFMD expects the actions will begin to take effect in the March 2009 quarter and will positively impact cash flow in RFMD's fiscal 2010
2002-11-27 Researchers foresee availability of low-cost Geiger counters
GaAs diodes are being used to build real-time nuclear-radiation detectors that their inventors promise will be as small and cheap as today's non-real-time "dosimeter" badges
2014-04-16 Nanowire manipulation yields boosted optical devices
Years of research at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have resulted in developments including hexagonal crystal structure in the GaAs nanowires, which facilitates material effectiveness in solar cells and LEDs.
2006-10-25 Mimix intros line of SMT-packaged MMIC transmitters
Mimix Broadband has introduced a family of GaAs MMIC transmitters in RoHS-compliant SMT packages, covering 10GHz to 45GHz
2011-09-12 Measuring Hall effect in materials characterization
The ability to make precise Hall effect measurements becomes increasingly important as the need to characterize high mobility materials becomes increasingly critical.
2012-09-11 ICs grown on graphene, patented
Researchers from a Norwegian university have patented a technology which enables the growth and characterization of GaAs nanowires on graphene
2010-02-24 Counterpoint: CMOS is best choice for 3G handset PAs
Due to the known flexibility, reliability and manufacturing advantages of CMOS, it is the optimal process technology to meet the challenges presented by the PA function in 3G/4G cellular handsets.
2013-05-03 Avago acquires Javelin Semi for next-gen CMOS
With the acquisition, Avago will begin development for its next generation hybrid GaAs/CMOS front-end modules
2003-01-29 Xanoptix stacks chips to create hybrid ICs
Startup Xanoptix Inc. has developed a wafer-scale manufacturing process that allows silicon die, optical semiconductors, and compound semiconductors such as GaAs and InP chips to be stacked into 3D structures to create hybrid ICs
2011-02-04 Molybdenite touted to be better than silicon
Molybdenite is an inherently two-dimensional material, permitting fabrication of thin films as thin as 6.5?. It has real potential in the production of very small transistors, LEDs and solar cells
2003-10-30 Spire method obtains U.S. patent
Spire Corp. announced that they have secured a U.S. Patent on a method for implanting aluminum oxide in GaAs and other III-V semiconductor wafers
2011-03-08 TI perfects graphene growth methods
TI is perfecting large-domain graphene growth in hopes that new methods would lead engineers to further increase the size of the single crystal graphene and improve graphene's electrical characteristics.
2011-12-27 Terahertz pulse ups electron density by 1,000
Research findings may pave the way for the development of ultra- and high-efficiency photovoltaic cells.
2006-12-01 Startup offers smart antennas on microstrips
Pinyon Technology is demonstrating a steerable smart-antenna technology that can be implemented in very small microstrips on FR4, or even on single chips.
2004-03-03 Spin valves open organic chip era
A research technique for making organic spin-valve electronics could herald the coming of nonvolatile semiconductors melded with optical emitters, transducers and sensors.
2004-10-18 Smallest transceiver saves big in power
The XT38720 has the smallest active foot print area of 4mm? and expends ultra low-power consumption of only 350mW.
2005-09-16 Silicon germanium process heralds fast RF
Commodity RF ICs may ride to unheard-of frequencies on the strength of a new SiGe BiCMOS process.
2003-07-21 Silicon debug tools lengthen their reach
Credence Systems and FEI have unveiled new products and acquisition this week that could assist design teams with leading-edge ICs.
2006-08-02 Researchers tackle spintronic capabilities
Princeton University researchers experimented with different crystalline lattice architectures to optimize spintronic capabilities.
2009-01-19 Researchers claim 'world-record' PV efficiency
Researchers from Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems have managed to squeeze an efficiency of 41 percent out of photovoltaic cells, which it is a world record.
2009-08-14 Nightstand clock gets open-source, Wi-Fi boost
The Chumby is a $200 Wi-Fi-connected personal Internet appliance that gets its information and applications through Chumby's Website following a simple online registration process that opens up access to so-called "widgets."
2004-06-02 Newport system offer "advanced alignment"
Newport has added an "advanced alignment" feature to its MRSI-605 packaging die bonder.
2014-07-03 More wafer fabs to close up shop
Chip makers will pull the plug on four wafer fabs this year, in addition to the 72 that were closed over the past five years, reflecting a trend of shifting to fab-lite or fabless business model.
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