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what is laser bias current?
A bias current is the direct and/or alternating current required to operate a bolometer at a specified resistance under specified ambient conditions.
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2015-07-21 5 trends in the shifting mobile market
While cloud storage is increasing, so is the demand for higher capacity and higher performing local storage in the smartphones, tablets and personal connected devices we depend on most.
2007-10-19 45nm challenges shake RTP tool arena
There have been many changes in the RTP tool arena in the 45nm node and beyond, not the least of which is that Axcelis Technologies Inc. has decided to cease future RTP tool product development.
2013-07-05 4500V power MOSFETs prepped for high voltage apps
IXYS's latest 4500V MOSFETs boasts 200mA to 2A current ratings and are designed to address demanding, fast-switching power conversion applications requiring very high blocking voltages up to 4.5kV.
2002-03-19 40Gb technology arrives in search of a market
Most of the startup activity at this year's Optical Fiber Communication Conference will involve equipment for 40Gbps networks. But the IC and optocomponent vendors launching products in that segment may be chasing what for now is a phantom market.
2012-12-11 3D printers to make mark in medical apps
UNC-Chapel Hill Professor Roger Narayan weighs in on the future uses of 3D printing in the medical field as well as its current limitations.
2013-12-05 3D NAND industry-wide adoption still shaky
Development and production of 3D NAND is ramping up, but 2014 will clearly be a shakeout year.
2009-04-21 30?m IR detector handles low input signals
Sofradir has demonstrated the new Avalanche Photodiode (APD) mid-TV format IR detector for amplifying low input signal.
2008-12-19 200 Gbps silicon photonic integrated chip
To fully exploit the computing power of multi-core and many-core computers, there is a need of high-speed and high-capacity communication network that can manage enormous data transport among the cores and memories.
2008-02-28 1GHz scopes claim 'fastest' memory waveform update
Agilent's new scopes, comprising its next-generation InfiniiVision 7000 series, promise bandwidths up to 1GHz and an unparalleled deep memory waveform update rate of up to 100,000 waveforms per second.
2007-08-31 10Gbps transmitters cover up to 300km
Finisar's DM200 has an output power of 0-3dBm and transmits 10Gbps over distances of 300km without requiring costly optical dispersion compensation.
2007-09-25 10Gbps pluggable transceiver tunes into DWDM band
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. says it has developed the world's first compact and pluggable 10Gbps optical communications transceiver, capable of discretionary tuning of all C Band DWDM.
2007-09-21 10GbE transceivers handle several protocols
AMS Technologies announces the availability of 10GbE SFP+ transceivers from Optical Communication Products Inc. designed to support several transmission protocols.
2007-05-31 10GbE optical transceiver supports 220m link lengths
Avago Technologies launches a new family of 10GbE LRM transceivers incorporating electronic dispersion compensation and supports link lengths of at least 200m.
2009-09-23 10G transceiver packs diagnostic reporting
Phyworks has begun sampling a single-chip transceiver in CMOS that integrates a temperature sensor and diagnostic reporting.
2014-12-15 10 tech gifts for the holiday season
Here's our top 10 time-saving, life-improving, questionably necessary tech gadgets that we think you'll find irresistible enough to stuff in your own stocking this year.
2009-12-07 1.6kW power supplies pack fan-speed control
Safety Power Group is rolling out a new range of 1.6kW power supplies that features fan-speed control to reduce acoustic noise.
2005-01-27 0402-packaged resistors with 'industry's widest resistance range'
Vishay extended its family of Vishay Beyschlag thin film flat chip resistors with the introduction of high-stability, precision devices in miniature 0402 packages.
2007-12-17 'Smallest' power meter rolls for DWDM networks
JDSU has developed what it claims to be the smallest and lightest channel checker for DWDM networks that offers a low-cost alternative to optical spectrum analyzers.
2007-11-15 'Green' silicon ink prints cheaper RFID tags
Kovio claimed that RFID tags using its 'green' silicon ink will drop Kovio's price from 15 cents today to 5 cents by 2008, when Kovio begins volume production of its inkjet-printed RFID tags.
2010-06-15 'Entangled' LED exhibits nanometer-scale quantum dot
Toshiba Research Europe Ltd and the Cavendish Laboratory of the University of Cambridge scientist have developed a light source dubbed Entangled LED.
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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