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2013-06-06 Research: Precise tuning of quantum dot emissions
MIT researchers found a way to make quantum dots even more efficient at delivering precisely tuned colours of light that could be used to improve colour displays and biomedical monitoring systems.
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.
2007-08-21 PowerMOSFET touts ultralow on-state resistance
NEC Electronics Europe has introduced the TO-263-7 PowerMOSFET series with an ultralow on-state resistance of Rds(on) of 1,5?, max.
2008-07-21 Power MOSFET trims costs, touts higher efficiency
STMicroelectronics has unveiled a 250A surface-mount power MOSFET claimed to provide the lowest on-resistance to minimize energy conversion losses and enable higher performance.
2013-02-12 Plasmonic resonator arrays key to future reflective displays
Researchers at the University of Michigan the e-readers of the future could use plasmonic resonator arrays as wide field of view colour filters for reflected light.
2009-05-05 Pitch-and-yaw MEMS gyro readies for Wii
InvenSense Inc. has launched what is claimed to be the first pitch-and-yaw MEMS gyroscope, that is able to sense the two axes used by remote controls and baton-shaped game controllers like the Wii, creating a new category of 3D motion sensor.
2004-05-07 Peregrine DSAs impress with IP3 spec
Peregrine has introduced a family of Digital Step Attenuators that demonstrate new levels of broadband linearity, attenuation accuracy, and programming flexibility.
2003-06-23 PDF Solutions acquisitions add yield management tools
Seeking to expand its services model into tools, yield improvement company PDF Solutions announced two strategic purchases.
2003-02-06 Ovonyx expands STMicro license pact
Ovonyx Inc. has announced that STMicroelectronics will expand the scope of its license for thin-film OUM non-volatile semiconductor memory technology.
2013-05-16 Optimising radio spectrum for wireless technologies
Hardware-based radio-signal filtration can yield wireless devices that identify and exploit unused transmission frequencies.
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.
2015-06-03 Novel carbon mat'l boosts supercapacitor performance
Stanford University researchers created a 'designer carbon' that features exceptional energy-storage capacity, enabling unprecedented performance in lithium-sulfur batteries and supercapacitors.
2004-09-07 NEC unveils method for utilizing CNT
NEC Corp. has developed a diameter/position-controlled carbon nanotube (CNT) growth technique that is based on conventional electron beam (EB) lithography.
2016-01-04 Nanoparticles carve straight paths on semiconductor surface
Scientists from NIST found that gold particles can operate like snow blowers, boasting a trenching capability that paves the way for innovative uses such as disease diagnosis and DNA forensics.
2003-01-29 NanoOpto receives ISO 9001:2000 registration
NanoOpto Corp. has received ISO 9001:2000 registration for its Quality Management System from American Systems Registrar, LLC.
2011-05-12 MPUs offer high bandwidth, throughput
Tilera Corp. introduces the TILE-Gx 8000 series of microprocessors available in four configurations with 16, 36, 64 or 100 cores and includes a rich set of I/O ports, packet processing and network features.
2003-03-03 Microsemi rolls 802.11b-, 802.11g-compatible amp
Microsemi Corp. has introduced the LX5512E three-stage power amplifier, which is suitable for both IEEE 802.11b and 802.11g NICs.
2007-06-14 Micro switch touts improved turn-on voltage
NEC Corp., together with NIMS and JST, have improved the turn-on voltage of a new nanometer-scaled switch, NanoBridge, which enables the operation voltage of the switch to be adjusted to that of CMOS.
2002-03-14 MEMS project shrinks bio agent detector
MEMS technology is the key component in a bid by Sandia National Laboratories researchers to reduce a biological detector the size of a lab bench to desktop dimensions.
2010-11-11 MEMS device claims complete inertial measurement
When used with a magnetometer, the device provides nine-degree-of-freedom functionality for smart phones, touchscreen tablets, 3D TV remote controls, gaming consoles, DSCs and video cameras.
2011-07-04 Maxwell receives funding for energy storage R&D
Maxwell's collaborative research and development in energy storage technology is going to receive $500,000 funding from the U.S. government.
2006-07-26 Market for structured ASICs still significant, says Gartner Dataquest researcher
LSI Logic's exit from the structured ASIC market prompted many analysts to downgrade their market predictions, but the market for structured ASICs remains significant, a Gartner Dataquest researcher said.
2008-06-30 Low-cost, green-mode PWM controller for flyback converters
The SG6860 controller is a highly integrated PWM controller that is designed to meet the low standby-power needs of 1ow-power SMPS. The proprietary green-mode function provides off-time modulation to linearly decrease switching frequency under light-load conditions.
2000-05-01 Long road ahead for analog synthesis
It may be a bit like asking why can't women be more like men, but the question, "Why can't analog be more like digital?" is the most common complaint among engineers attempting to use analog design tools. Synthesis (the automatic generation of physical circuitry from a high-level language description) is one area where analog design departs drastically from digital.
2007-09-26 Logic circuits rated for mil-spec temperature
QuickLogic has announced the QL1P1000, the latest member of the PolarPro family, is now available in a mil-spec temperature rating.
2002-12-05 KLA-Tencor metrology tool drives down 100nm costs
KLA-Tencor Corp.'s NanoPro NP1 metrology tool enables silicon wafer and SOI manufacturers to drive down 100nm and below device apps.
2010-02-25 Junctionless transistor eases chip making
Scientists at the Tyndall National Institute have designed and fabricated what they claim is the first junctionless transistor that can help simplify chip manufacture.
2004-03-16 IR MOSFETs meet 4.5V gate drive requirements
International Rectifier has introduced five logic-level trench HEXFET power MOSFETs that can meet gate drive requirements as low as 4.5V.
2005-08-08 Introduction to Programmable Systems-on-a-Chip
There are a variety of programmable SoCs complete with underlying architectures and technologies. Tradeoffs exist between different programmable SoC devices.
2005-07-25 Intel to discuss Magpie, Paxville, Twincastle at Hot Chips
Intel is set to provide details of a number of processors and techniques at the forthcoming Hot Chips conference, which is also set to include four presentations on the Cell processor by engineers from IBM and Toshiba.
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