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2006-05-15 UCLA engineers announce semicon spin-wave research findings
Engineers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science are announcing what they tout as a critical new breakthrough in semiconductor spin-wave research.
2007-05-31 Research: Global WiMAX deployment on the rise
Increased global deployments of WiMAX technology has lead to an 85 percent increase in subscribers and a corresponding growth in service revenue, says research firm Maravedis
2013-04-24 Research shows how excess heat can power devices
A team of researchers from UCLA demonstrates how to add power to a spintronics device, which uses the spin of electrons for energy rather than their charge.
2013-10-17 Panasonic unveils wide-field mm-wave radar tech
The company stated that millimetre-wave radar can detect pedestrians and vehicles in night time and bad weather conditions, and can separately detect cars, pedestrians and bicycles in less than 0.1s
2002-09-26 Laser sensor ignites advanced petrol research
Laser pressure sensors being developed at Oxford University could lead to cleaner, more efficient, petrol engines.
2004-03-31 Honing a career in RF, antenna research
Peng Hongli's story hopes to shed some light on how to grow in the engineering industry through research
2011-11-30 Research reveals novel MEMS device fabrication
A research team studied the piezoelectric material lead magnesium niobate-lead titanate for application in nanoelectromechanical systems
2007-01-01 Optimization pushes analog ICs to their limits
Thanks to some new technologies developed over the past decade, analog IC designers can now easily set up and efficiently run optimization on their designs too.
2007-01-16 Optimization improves analog IC performance
Some new technologies that were developed over the past decade enable analog IC designers to easily set up and efficiently run optimization on their designs.
2004-08-16 Optimal, AWR team for EM extraction design flow
Optimal and Applied Wave Research announced that they developed the first commercially-available 3D full-wave EM extraction design flow.
2006-10-24 Mobile WiMAX solution rolls for AWR's VSS suite
Applied Wave Research recently announced a Mobile WiMAX solution for the company's Visual System Simulator (VSS) design suite.
2006-06-23 Cree, AWR offer MMIC process design kit
Cree and AWR have introduced a process design kit that allows designers to use Cree's MMIC process within AWR's Microwave Office software environment.
2004-07-28 AWR, TSMC team up for SiGe design platform
Applied Wave Research and TSMC will jointly develop and deliver a design platform for TSMC's 0.35?m silicon germanium process.
2003-03-24 AWR tool suite focuses on RF closure
Applied Wave Research has announced the release of the Microwave Office 2003 EDA software tool with a special focus on RF closure.
2003-12-26 AWR to supply RF tools to Taiwan SoC design park
Applied Wave Research Inc. and the SoC Technology Center of Industrial Technology Research Institute (STC/ITRI) have agreed upon a partnership.
2005-04-21 AWR signal-integrity suite links ICs, packages, PCBs
Claiming to provide a "unified platform" for signal integrity analysis at the chip, package, module and PCB levels, Applied Wave Research is rolling out the AWR SI 2005 design suite, an extension of the company's existing RF design tools.
2006-09-06 AWR rolls out system-level RF simulation tools
Applied Wave Research has announced its RF Architect system-level simulation tool that provides an RF budget analysis as well as so-called frequency heritage inspection capabilities.
2006-01-25 AWR makes radical enhancements to simulator software
Applied Wave Research announced the 2006 version of its Visual System Simulator software suite, touted as a complete toolset for the design of end-to-end communications systems.
2004-02-06 Startup tests water with 'channel orchestrator'
A Massachusetts startup has offered a new wavelength management component based on special diffraction gratings derived from a government contract awarded in the 1990s.
2014-07-09 Probe series touts 1THz high-accuracy measurement
The T-Wave probe series includes millimetre and sub-millimetre wavelength on-wafer ground-signal-ground probes and components for electrical measurement with frequencies up to 1.1THz
2013-07-12 MIT researchers find new way to trap light
The system sets up two waves that have the same wavelength, but exactly opposite phaseswhere one wave has a peak, the other has a troughso that the waves cancel each other out
2004-12-15 IBM researchers discover servo control method for optics
IBM Corp. researchers from the company's server division and Thomas J. Watson Research Center have collaborated on an unusual project to bring the advantages of phase-locked loops to wavelength domains
2008-02-07 Fujitsu debuts 77GHz CMOS-based power amp
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a 77GHz millimeter-waveband power amp using standard 90nm CMOS process technology.
2012-11-02 Caltech researchers develop microscale optical accelerometer
Researchers at Caltech and the University of Rochester created a type of motion detector that work by using a sensitive displacement detector to measure the motion of a flexibly mounted mass.
2005-09-06 AWR to acquire design tools group APLAC
Applied Wave Research Inc. is expected to announce Tuesday (Sept 6) that it is buying, for an undisclosed sum, APLAC Solutions Corp OY, a company specializing in analog and RF simulation tools for wireless applications.
2002-11-21 AWR licenses Synopsys simulation solution
Applied Wave Research Inc. has licensed Synopsys Inc.'s HSPICE analog and mixed-signal circuit simulation solution to be integrated into its design environment.
2016-04-13 Room temp superconductors soon to come
Corrected theories by several research groups resulted to improved technology as far as superconductors are concerned. Find out how room-temperature superconductors are being developed in this article
2013-05-02 Grasp the significance of gesture interface
When combined with other advanced user interface technologies, gestures can create a richer user experience that strives to understand the human language, thereby fueling the next wave of electronic innovation
2009-03-19 ASML climbs IC equipment supplier list
ASML has moved up to the No. 2 position in revenue among IC equipment suppliers in 2008, reflecting the more significant role of lithography in the semiconductor industry, according to VLSI Research Inc
2008-01-02 ?-retarder: Realizing 3D display
The Image Optics System Division of the Industrial Technology Research Institute pioneered in 3D display R&D ten years ago. Now ITRI has launched the patented micro-retardation film (?-retarder) technology, which it describes as the solution for achieving real 3D display at the lowest cost
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