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2013-09-09 PVD system enables power devices' 300mm transition
The Sigma fxP carries thin wafer handling hardware and uses film deposition stress control techniques to deliver high throughput processes with low wafer bow.
2008-01-17 Putting small color LCDs in handhelds
There are a number of factors that need to be considered when incorporating a small color LCD into a design to achieve the right balance of cost, performance and battery lifetime in a handheld product.
2013-12-23 Pushing white light efficiency through GaN-on-GaN
A startup company is betting on GaN-on-GaN for high efficiency white LEDs that could usher in a generation of devices using purely white LEDs and not blue LEDs covered with a mixture of phosphors.
2004-01-12 Protein recognition tapped to build nanotube FETs
Molecular self-assembly assisted by DNA and protein recognition might provide a route to complex logic and memory circuits built with nanotubes, a project in Haifa, Israel, suggests.
2009-03-24 Process variability gets a second chance
Mentor Graphics Corp. has a new message: process variability is not all bad. In fact, it could be considered a competitive advantage if properly dealt with, according to executives at the firm.
2016-04-11 Probing ReRAMs: Forming scaling, quantised conductance
Learn about the new ReRAM challenges as an IMEC team have formed and characterised the electrical conductance and topology of some of the smallest ReRAM filaments ever reported.
2016-03-16 Probing ReRAMs: 3D filaments, brain-like functions
Here's a look at a research on ReRAMs based only on the sub-oxides of silicon to make the case for the suitability of their devices for use as emulators of brain-like neural functions.
2011-08-04 Power switches offer current sensing for auto apps
IR's family of IPS features current-sensing and built-in protection circuits that enhance reliability in intelligent glow-plug controls and engine cooling fan drivers.
2011-05-31 Power switch ideal for automotive motor control
International Rectifier has launched a new power switch that promises enhanced automotive motor control.
2010-08-24 Power MOSFETS suit car audio systems
The three DirectFET2 devices are optimized with low gate charge to improve total harmonic distortion and efficiency while low diode reverse recovery charge further improves THD and lowers EMI.
2010-10-22 Power MOSFETs offer high performance in compact package
International Rectifier unveils new family of automotive DirectFET2 power MOSFETs
2006-07-19 Poly silicon furnace liner reduces machine downtime
Integrated Materials' pure poly silicon SiFusion furnace liner promises less furnace downtime, reduced particle counts and lower cost of ownership.
2014-07-21 Plasmon sensors to put bomb-sniffing canines out of work
The device uses reflectors to bounce the surface plasmons back and forth inside the sensordramatically increasing the sensitivity of the sensor to detect incredibly minute concentrations of explosives.
2002-11-26 Photon Dynamics LCD tester examines 1.2-by-1.3mm plates
The company's ArrayChecker 3500 generation 5 LCD array test system is capable of testing LCD glass plate sizes up to 1.2-by-1.3m.
2004-10-14 Philips exits LCOS display business
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands has decided to pull out of the liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCOS) rear-projection TV business and plans to cease production of LCOS products by Nov. 19.
2008-03-10 Philippine EMS firm brings 'sophistication' to manual assembly
Four years after Filipino engineer Francis Ferrer started EMSCAI, the EMS firm has succeeding in its goal to match China on cost, at the same time it has developed a value proposition unequaled by its low-cost rivals: quality and productivity.
2013-10-28 Performing hardware/firmware co-design (Part 1)
Know some of the best practices developers can use to boost their design’s performance. Part 1 focuses on event notification.
2009-09-02 PCBs tailored for medical electronics
Electronic Interconnect announces PCBs that are specialized for medical device electronic assemblies.
2008-10-31 PC manufacturers recall more Sony batteries
Remember the brouhaha a couple of years ago when Sony took the heat for failing to tell consumers immediately about a problem with its notebook pc batteries? The electronics giant today seems a bit more proactive, announcing it is working with Dell, HP and Toshiba to voluntarily recall another 65,000 batteries.
2007-10-01 Overcome obstacles in QA-process
Testing organizations can overcome the communication obstacles common in the QA process; the key is to standardize communication practices. This article further provides proven methods in standardizing communication practices for an effective QA process.
2011-09-30 Overcome memory hurdles for next-gen servers
Read about this memory buffer technology touted to unleash speed and capacity in next-generation server designs.
2003-08-19 Optical inspection system has additional load ports
Nikon's Semiconductor Inspection Technologies Group (SITECH) has introduced the Optistation 3200 semiconductor inspection system.
2011-08-30 Optical delay lines to fit into a computer chip
Researchers from the Joint Quantum Institute and Harvard University are proposing an optical delay line that could fit into a computer chip.
2003-02-27 NTT-AT color LCD boasts 2,048-by-2,048 resolution
The SI-DL4M color LCD from NTT-AT Corp. features a resolution of 2,048-by-2,048 pixels on a 28.05-inch screen.
2003-08-27 NTT verifies diamond semiconductor operation at 81GHz
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (NTT) has developed a diamond semiconductor device that operates at 81GHz frequency.
2006-02-23 Nikon ships 'first' production immersion system
Nikon Corp. has shipped what it claims to be the world's first production immersion lithography system.
2014-10-08 Nikon Metrology delivers software for advanced BGA analysis
The new BGA tool provides powerful image processing, fully automated analysis and detailed reporting to inspect complex packages such as Package on Package (PoP) or dual-layered boards.
2014-05-07 NiHITP possesses bandgap that sidelines graphene
The nickel hexa-imino-triphenylene exemplifies the same good properties as graphene. It is tunable by controlled chemical modification that alters their electronic properties in a systematic manner.
2011-07-04 NI touts industry's 'first' high-throughput frame grabber
National Instruments' PXI frame grabber boasts throughput as high as 850MB/s and 512MB of DDR2 onboard acquisition memory.
2008-09-08 NI smart cameras show embedded machine vision
The NI 1744, NI 1762 and NI 1764 Smart Cameras of National Instruments deliver faster processing speed and higher image resolution to offer more options for engineers requiring an embedded machine vision solution.
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