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What is USB?
The Universal Serial Bus or USB is a communications architecture that allows a PC to interconnect various devices using a simple four-wire cable. A standard interface allows data rates of 12Mbps.
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2007-01-31 UCSB researchers tout blue laser diode breakthrough
A team of University of California-Santa Barbara researchers have created a new type of blue-violet laser diode that they say could replace the c-plane violet laser diodes used for next-gen DVD formats.
2012-07-27 UCSB fellows develop the first m-plane nitride based nonpolar VCSELs
The first violet nonpolar m-plane VCSEL based on gallium nitride, developed and demonstrated at UCSB, marks new chapter in laser technology.
2006-09-21 Intel, UCSB researchers build 'first' hybrid silicon laser
Intel and University of California, Santa Barbara researchers announced that they have successfully built the world's first electrically powered hybrid silicon laser, which could bring terabit-level optical links and high-performance computing applications.
2007-08-24 Intel, UCSB demo 'first' mode-locked silicon laser
Intel and UCSB recently demonstrated what is said to be the first mode-locked silicon evanescent laser, a device capable of performing optical functions on CMOS chips.
2005-11-30 Researchers develop hybrid silicon laser
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara have developed a new laser that could have big implications for future optical communications. This hybrid laser offers an alternative to silicon Raman lasers and is an order of magnitude shorter, according to its creators.
2006-11-01 Researchers build 'first' hybrid silicon laser
Intel Corp. and University of California, Santa Barbara researchers have joined forces to create the world's first electrically powered hybrid silicon laser, which can produce terabit-level optical computer data pipes and high-performance computing applications.
2014-03-17 Silicon photonics evolve into 1.3m quantum dot lasers
The quantum dot lasers developed by UCSB researchers are expected to facilitate the integration of low-cost, multi-channel laser devices with CMOS driver circuits.
2007-04-02 Blue-violet laser diodes roll for next-gen DVD
A team of UCSB researchers led by Shuji Nakamura has created a low-threshold-current, non-polar blue-violet laser diode that it says could replace the c-plane violet laser diodes used by Blu-ray and HD DVD.
2008-09-30 Tech groups explore co-polymer lithography
Several entities including IBM Corp. and Intel Corp. are looking into a new technology called co-polymer lithography in an effort to extend Moore's Law.
2014-06-17 III-V MOSFETs rival Si-based transistors
The transistors are fabricated with indium-gallium-arsenide atop an indium-phospide substrate. They possess 20nm gate lengths, 0.5mA per micron width on-current and 100nA off-current when operating at voltages similar to Si.
2013-12-02 DARPA program shrunk 50m of optical fiber to microchip-size
DARPA's integrated Photonic Delay (iPhoD) program created a class of photonic waveguides built onto microchips and include up to 50m of coiled material that is used to delay light.
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