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2010-07-22 Researchers make breakthrough in plastic chip process
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory made progress toward developing a plastic chip process combining the speed of silicon and the cost of plastic.
2013-05-16 Peratech's ultra-sensitive sensor uses QTC technology
Peratech ultra sensor can be mounted behind a 0.1mm stainless steel or 0.5mm glass sheet and still detect the pressure of a finger on the top of the sheet.
2003-10-27 NEC Tokin capacitors offer 47mF capacitance
Designed to suit LCD modules and mobile phones, the 1608 size tantalum capacitors from NEC Tokin Corp. features a 47mF capacitance.
2009-06-17 Man Yue, Tsinghua U extend capacitor collaboration
Man Yue International Holdings Ltd has signed a second five-year cooperative agreement with the Research Institute of Tsinghua University in Shenzhen on aluminum electrolytic capacitors and energy storage devices.
2004-11-03 Jinn Roing capacitors have 7-milliohm ESR
The new aluminum electrolytic capacitors from Jinn Roing Electron feature an ESR of 7 milliohms and rated voltage between 2.5Vdc and 10Vdc.
2008-03-24 iSuppli: Fascinating times ahead for touchscreens
The touchscreen market has a huge potential for growth, spurring a flood of competition, technologies and OEM interest, concluded a report from iSuppli.
2015-03-19 Grasping capacitors, ripple and self-heating
Ripple can be a necessary design function, and the considerations can be quite straightforward. In this article, we will take a look at ripple ratingsor how to cook a capacitor.
2006-11-20 Ceramic capacitor prevents short-circuit failures
AVX has designed a ceramic capacitor that virtually eliminates the risk of short-circuit failure.
2006-02-24 Capacitors extend voltage range
AVX has expanded its FLEXITERM series of capacitors with the addition of a high-voltage MLCC for apps that require 600V to 3,000V.
2014-01-30 Avoiding electrical overstress in electronics
Here are some of the ways in which electrical overstress can cause the failure of integrated circuits and electronic systems.
2005-09-08 Analyst predicts printable electronics boom
The market for printable electronics is forecast to generate revenues of over $7 billion in 2010, according to NanoMarkets LC, a firm of analysts.
2015-02-04 Testing the waters for 3D pens
Despite being a niche surfing on the hype of the 3D printing industry, 3D pen makers have met a lot of success in their respective crowdfunding campaigns.
2015-02-25 Streamlining touchscreen prod'n using photometallisation
INM researchers are using photometallisation to quickly and flexibly develop microscopic and macroscopic conductor tracks that are used in touchscreens for detecting the position of a user's finger.
2014-09-26 Start-ups take battle in wearables to athletes' bodies
Several tech companies have started to make smart clothing, particularly for athletes, embedding electronics housed in packages as little as the size of a stack of business cards for use in measuring heart rates and evaluating breathing patterns.
2003-12-04 Sandia: Output/wavelength firsts for deep-UV LEDs
Sandia National Laboratories is reporting new levels of wavelength/power output for deep-ultraviolet LEDs, which are critical to future comms apps.
2011-08-08 Researchers develop biocompatible memory device
Researchers have developed a memory device with the physical properties of Jell-O and works properly in wet environments.
2013-12-30 Removable antistatic masking tape for wave solder process
The Polyonics XT-658 is a 1mil polyimide antistatic tape with an acrylic PSA and PET liner that is rated for 300°C and, depending on the severity of the process, can be removed with little to no residue.
2007-11-22 Printed ICs prep up for mainstream entry
Developers of TFT circuits claimed breakthroughs that may finally push the technology to market and enable low-cost class of electronic paper, displays, labels, RFID tags, sensors and smart cards.
2016-02-01 Preventing common MEMS failure mechanisms
The first step in ensuring MEMS reliability is to avoid common pitfalls during the design and process development phase to assure a stronger and more reliable part-upon-marketplace introduction.
2008-12-16 Practical aspects of touchscreen systems
The need for innovative user interface solutions becomes more essential to device design. Projected-capacitance touchscreens can help designers face this challenge.
2014-03-10 Perform electrical characterisation of biosensors
Proper testing of the electrical portions of these sensors is essential to support their development.
2012-07-05 Paintable batteries offer potential form-factor solution
Researchers from Rice University develop method that can turn any surface into a lithium-ion battery that may be combined with solar cells.
2010-10-26 P3T makes flexible ICs sustainable
The Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films presents a process for making thin film circuits and biosensors that cuts energy and materials used.
2014-05-26 Novel technique produces graphene on non-metal substrates
The process uses CVD to sandwich a nickel film with graphene layers. The nickel film can be peeled away, leaving graphene on top of the non-metal substrate.
2014-07-15 Nanofibre etching makes superior transparent conductors
The resulting aluminium nanowire networks exhibit 80 per cent optical transmittance and sheet resistance of 45sq-1electrodes claimed to be more flexible and transparent than those made of indium tin oxide.
2013-06-04 MIT develops carbine-based binding material
The new binding method developed by MIT offers a cheaper alternative to the use of thiols in binding materials.
2014-07-11 Ink promises shapely future for electronics
Japanese researchers developed an ink that allows charge transfer in order to facilitate printing at room temperature. This broadens options for flexible plastics that can be used to print semiconductor devices.
2014-12-19 Graphene wrapper improves lithium-sulphur battery
Aiming to address battery performance issues, researchers have designed a multi-functional sulphur cathode that combines an energy storage unit and ion/electron transfer networks.
2011-12-05 Graphene ink-jet printing targets flexible electronics
Researchers from the University of Cambridge used the N-methylpyrrolidone as a low-cost way to print thin-film transistors for transparent electronics.
2002-08-13 Fuel cells march toward the mainstream
After years of upping the technological ante, suppliers of micro fuel cells may finally be preparing to make a bid for the $10 billion-a-year rechargeable-battery market.
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