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2014-04-17 Optimising MEMS microphone's acoustic path
Know the basic guidelines for the optimisation of a microphone’s acoustic path.
2008-03-03 OLEDs: Past, present and future
First appearing in 1999, the OLED display was expected to be the wunderkind of the flat-panel display world, the LCD killer that would quickly take over across a range of applications. Flash forward nine years to 2008, and only one 10-inch-plus OLED has made it to production. What happened?
2005-01-24 Nortel, Chinese company to establish joint 3G venture
Nortel Networks Corp. and China Putian Corp. have announced they would establish a joint venture for research and development, manufacture and sale of third generation mobile telecommunications equipment and products to customers in China.
2013-08-27 Non-magnetic materials reveal unique conductive properties
Researchers at the Ohio State University showed that lanthanum aluminate and strontium titanate, when layered together, become not only conductive, but also magnetic.
2005-04-05 Nokia taps Korean vendor for EV-DO phones
Nokia has struck a deal with a Korean manufacturer to develop 3G 1xEV-DO phones instead of building their own, several Asian news sources reported this week.
2003-05-16 Nishimoto fine cut lead pins replace wrapping pins
Nishimoto Sangyo Co. Ltd has announced the availability of a line of fine cut lead-pins that are designed to replace lead pins in PGAs and PCBs.
2010-01-14 NI tips trend toward FPGA-based systems, HIL simulation
NI's Chandran Nair sees a clear trend toward FPGA-based control systems in the power sector, wireless data acquisition systems and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation.
2011-06-30 Next-gen health devices opens new market opportunity
A new study from IBM indicates that the growing market for health and wellness devices provides an opportunity for manufacturers to delve into a niche that has barely been tapped.
2011-06-15 NEC, Tohoku University promote CAM-on-MRAM use
The use of magnetic RAM non-volatility with content addressable memories will enable the development of electronics that start instantly and consume zero electricity while in standby mode.
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.
2002-08-21 Nanoscale metal deposition eyed for MRAMs
A new technique for fabricating magnetic tunnel junctions would enable MRAMs to be economically manufactured, according to researchers here at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
2008-02-27 Nanoparticles to make water-fueled cars a reality
'Our nanoparticle-coated electrodes make electrolysers efficient enough to provide hydrogen on demand from a tank of distilled water in your car,' said Kevin Maloney, CEO and co-founder of QuantumSphere.
2008-07-16 Nanoelectrodes could cut hydrogen fuel cost
QuantumSphere Inc. claims that its nanoparticle-coated electrodes can make hydrogen an economical alternative to natural gas and gasoline.
2004-05-19 Mylar speaker makers raising prices
Prices of mylar speakers are poised to rise.
2003-01-07 Moving to 64bit computing
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is committed to advancing the availability of technology in Asia, said Thomson Chan, Director of Marketing Asia-Pacific.
2013-01-16 Molecular motors in development, says Nature journal
Researchers from various backgrounds are currently developing a multi-component molecular motor which could help pave the way for nanoscale devices.
2002-02-28 Mitsubishi Electric unveils optical devices for 40Gbps transmission
Mitsubishi Electric has announced the release of a tunable dispersion equalizer, optical modulator, and an MEMS optical switch for long-distance, high-capacity 40Gbps optical transmission.
2002-05-28 Microlab shows latching RF MEMS switch
Startup Microlab says it has manufactured a latching RF MEMS switch that overcomes problems common to existing thermal and electrostatic microelectromechanical system (MEMS) switches.
2012-01-25 MEMS in the world of sports
Every major sport and fitness regimens are currently being automated with MEMS-based development efforts that wirelessly communicate through smartphones to cloud-based computers.
2009-05-29 Memory tech can store data up to 1B years
University of California, Berkeley researchers have developed a memory technology that should be ultradense compared with conventional silicon-based memories and that can store data for more than one billion years.
2012-07-09 Material constrains of concentrating solar power
A recent study conducted by the Chalmers University evaluates the potential material restrictions for a large scale application of CSP technology.
2014-03-12 Marvell to uncloak IoT prototyping device
The Kinoma Create's hardware consists of a power-efficient CPU; WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity; a capacitive touchscreen; and numerous I/O options for external sensors, LEDs and input devices.
2013-02-08 Mapping alloyed magnesium's mechanical properties
Read about the use of the Express Test option for the Agilent G200 NanoIndenter to map out the mechanical properties of a magnesium alloy.
2007-11-16 Manufacturers aim for energy efficiency in appliances
Appliance manufacturers are facing major design challenges to meet the new energy efficiency standards and to cope with significant increases in the cost of raw materials. Variable speed control of a compressor motor significantly reduces both the peak and average energy consumption.
2009-08-05 Magnetic superatoms could make faster PCs
Virginia Commonwealth University scientists have uncovered a magnetic superatom that one day may be used to create molecular electronic devices for the next generation of faster computers with larger memory storage.
2004-09-23 Magma panelists explore whether DFM is the real deal
After much bravado, EDA vendors like Magma Design Automation and Mentor Graphics are starting to deliver viable design-for-manufacturability tools, or DFM-savvy tools.
2004-10-08 Low-temp polymer nanotubes foretell plastic circuits
Chemists at Central Michigan University have grown carbon nanotubes at a record-low 175C using a polymer type known as dendrimers as the substrate.
2009-12-18 Low-power sensor boosts Storm's imaging quality
Teardown shows how Blackberry Storm is able to deliver good telephone performance and attractive image quality both for still images and video.
2011-01-17 Liquid lens achieves proper focus with aid of microfluidic pistons
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's liquid lens has a focal length that can be electrically adjusted with tiny microfluidic pistons with no moving parts, thus achieving proper focus. The new lens could serve all types of precision imaging applications.
2014-09-15 Li-ion batteries tout 20,000 charging cycles
Researchers at Siemens have showed a demonstrator of a lithium-ion battery that extended the number of charging cycles four times, from 5,000 to 20,000.
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