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2013-03-12 Electro-optical switches developed from liquid crystals
These materials are especially sensitive to electrical fields, exhibit short response times on the sub-micron scale and feature excellent transparency over a broad spectral range.
2013-10-18 Ultra-high-res display makers switch to metal-oxide TFTs
The expensive low-temperature polysilicon process has prompted the ultra-high-res display industry to move to metal oxide TFTs.
2005-11-23 Switch embeds two LEDs in any color combo
CIT Relay & Switch offers a new series of ultra-subminiature bi-color illuminated switches that incorporate two independent LEDs in any color combination of red, green, yellow or blue
2015-03-02 Unsolderable no more: Liquid-process transistor does the trick
The "miracle solder" creates new materials by joining their powdered forms into a continuous single-crystal-like material, and can even be used in 3D printers to join formerly incompatible materials
2004-01-12 Shin Way DIP switches have copper alloy contacts
Shin Way Electronics Co. Ltd has released its PI and PM series of single pole and single throw (SPST) DIP switches that come with copper alloy contacts, liquid crystal polymer, UL 94V-0 base and cover, nylon actuator, and copper alloy with 90/10 tin-lead plated terminals
2007-01-11 HDMI chips deliver signal conditioning features
Pericom Semiconductor Corp. has expanded its HDMI switch line with four active high-bandwidth differential switches for multi-source or multi-sink video applications
2002-12-27 Growth seen for optical-switching device markets
The market for optical switching devices is predicted to grow at an annual rate of over 24 percent between 2003 and 2006, according to a report by the Communications Ind. Researchers Inc. (CIR).
2005-09-02 Regulator delivers the boost to bias LCDs
Allegro MicroSystems' A8483 is a 1.2MHz step-up regulator chip suited for general purpose battery-powered work as well as bias/backlighting supplies for plasma and liquid-crystal displays
2013-07-16 Contact lens switches from normal to magnified vision
A team of engineers designed a telescopic contact lens that can switch between normal and magnified vision by using slightly modified off-the-shelf 3D television glasses
2003-12-16 Xerox prints transistors for use in LCDs
Printed organic electronics, which uses an ink jet printer to implant semiconductive polymers on a flexible substrate, process could lower the cost of LCD panels.
2015-06-24 Transitioning to advanced displays
The embedded electronics world is being swept along by the consumer trend of adding a screen to many systems. This creates a new challenge for design engineers taking their first step into this world.
2004-06-01 TI power amps tailor-made for small LCD TVs
Providing LCD TV manufacturers with the feature set required to meet high efficiency audio demands, TI announced two stereo Class-D audio power amplifiers.
2008-04-28 Programmable LCD devices offer 64 backlight colors
NKK Switches has introduced its high-resolution SmartSwitch and SmartDisplay series of programmable LCD switches and displays.
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.
2011-09-23 Learn about APIdeology: Best practices in API devt
Understand why it is important to design concise, extensible interfaces that can be adapted to survive in an evolving hardware/software ecosystem.
2014-12-05 Inside TI's DLP LightCrafter
Together with his engineering team, Ivan Kuten, head of R&D at Promwad, studied the pico projector (DLP3000-C300REF) offered by Texas Instruments. This is his unboxing report.
2005-10-26 Generic inverters for backlighting serve in a pinch
Endicott Research Group's D series of (DC/AC) inverters used to power the cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs) that backlight a LCD are generic off-the-shelf units that serve as a stand-in for virtually any general application.
2005-05-10 Connector delivers durability
ITT Industries, Electronic Components developed a switchable RF connector that combines miniaturization with durability and high performance.
2011-04-12 Cisco posts 45% rise in 2010 PoE port sales
A recent In-Stat report has revealed that in PoE port sales for 2010, Cisco Power leads with a 45 percent growth in sales, followed by NETGEAR with 36 percent and HP Networking with a 33 percent sales growth.
2006-03-29 Charge-pump converters suit battery-powered CE devices
Microchip Technology announced a new family of positively-regulated charge-pump DC/DC converters.
2012-12-04 Challenges of display integrated with touch
Know the opportunities and challenges that still exist with this technology, as well as the response of the discrete sensor vendors.
2002-11-01 Building up to transparent and reconfigurable optical networks
To achieve economy and flexibility, transparent optical networking must adopt advanced switching, adaptive technologies, and fault management capabilities.
2013-12-02 Vanadium dioxide smart glass boasts novel properties
Researchers from RIKEN developed a novel smart glass that can be activated to block infrared light while remaining transparent to visible light.
2016-03-15 The endless pursuit of smaller packages
In this article, we explore the creativity in semiconductor package integration, while anticipating the release of the Samsung's Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 7.
2016-03-11 Phase change memory advances: Discontinuity, melting
Understand the role of melting during threshold switching and the post-threshold switching conducting state prior to SET state crystallisation.
2011-09-12 Measuring Hall effect in materials characterization
The ability to make precise Hall effect measurements becomes increasingly important as the need to characterize high mobility materials becomes increasingly critical.
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