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2015-08-31 Military, defence to fuel growing market for adaptive optics
MarketsandMarkets said the total AO market was valued at $150 million last year and is forecast to approach $7,666.4 million by 2020 with a CAGR of 99.4 per cent between 2015 and 2020.
2002-08-09 Adaptive electron scope makes sub-angstrom measures
Researchers at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center have developed an electron microscope that can make sub-angstrom measurements in finer detail using less power than previous systems.
2011-09-01 Wireless solution combines space optics, RF
The HyBridge Series enables Gigabit Ethernet through either optical wireless or radio transmission.
2002-03-18 LightPointe FSO device delivers 2.5Gbps over 1km
Designed using free-space optical (FSO) technology, the FlightSpectrum 2.5 optical transmitter delivers a full-duplex bandwidth of 2.5Gbps over 1km via line-of-sight transmission of data, voice, and video.
2014-10-27 LED chip integrates array of 256 light points
All the pixels can be individually controlled, providing the basis for adaptive front lighting systems that improve the illumination of the road by actively adapting the distribution of light
2007-11-05 Solar telescope rides balloon to fly over Earth
The U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research recently launched its Sunrise vehicle on its maiden test flight to demonstrate its stability as a platform for the world's biggest solar telescope22 miles above the Earth with a 6,000lb, 1m-diameter mirror.
2003-07-03 Optical MEMS to profit in non-telecom products
In-Stat/MDR predicts that sales of optical MEMS, into segments other than telecommunications, will grow at a CAGR of 15.8 percent over the next five years.
2010-07-06 MIT demos eye exam via handset display
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers have developed an eye exam that can be executed using a small, plastic device clipped to the front of a cellphone's screen.
2005-06-20 Scintera offers an alternative to DCF, amplification equipment
Scintera announced an alternative to dispersion compensation fiber and amplification equipment for service providers.
2002-09-11 Santel chipset achieves optical compensation
Santel Networks Inc. is pushing the chip level integration of optical compensation a notch higher.
2002-04-17 Renishaw optical linear encoder has 55m to 10nm resolution
The RGH25F non-contact linear encoder offers resolutions from 55m to 10nm and features a compact readhead that can handle speeds of up to 300mm/s, making the device suitable for multi-axis fiber-optic splicing, joining, and bonding devices.
2007-11-07 Optical signals control mechanical structures
While micro- and nanoscale mechanical structures have long been used to sculpt and channel optical signals, from waveguides to resonators, the roles have lately been reversed.
2008-04-01 Optical communications migrate to SFP+
Interface chip vendors in growing numbers are tailoring chips to support the migration of datacom and telecom routers and switches to SFP+, the latest pluggable optical module form factor for use in 10Gbit/s Ethernet and 8.5Gbit/s Fibre Channel systems.
2013-11-12 Nvidia, TI to bring next-gen HUD tech
TI with its DLP technology and Nvidia whose graphic chip is now making deeper inroads into the automotive market, say they're contributing to the evolution of the automotive head-up display.
2008-09-01 Mobile video tackles HD challenge
For the mobile video market to move beyond the early adopter phase, device manufacturers must push the limits of today's technology and embrace the future of high-definition (HD) mobile multimedia. This vision includes cellphones that can record and playback HD videos.
2006-02-14 MagnaChip unveils new 1.3MP CMOS image sensor SoC
MagnaChip announced the launch of a high-performance 1.3 Megapixel (1,280 x 1,024) CMOS image sensor SOC (MC511DA) for the camera phone application market.
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics.
2015-02-24 Exploring near-eye display design
Know some of the key challenges for designing a compelling see-through near eye display solution that seamlessly blends the digital world with the physical world.
2013-09-27 Enable depth discernment in embedded vision apps
Explore the depth sensor technology alternatives available for building vision applications with the ability to sense objects in three dimensions.
2003-05-14 Darpa takes on optical interconnects challenges
Darpa is overseeing development of optical interconnects that will be able to achieve 1,000 times the speed per power and volume of electronic interconnects.
2014-03-11 Creating an efficient MEMS-based pico-projector
Know the considerations for designing a pico- projector that will maximise power efficiency and yet deliver large, bright and crisp images.
2013-07-03 Car HUD market to rise to 9.1M units in 2020
IHS revealed that head-up displays are finding their way into family cars, with navigation and driver-assist functions helping drive the market to expand by more than a factor of seven from 2012-20.
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