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2007-10-26 Toshiba taps optical lithography in fabs
Despite the hype surrounding EUV, nanoimprint and other next-generation technologies, Toshiba is still using optical lithography in its current production fabs
2010-10-08 TearDown: Inside a 3D desktop scanner
The desktop NextEngine 3D Scanner competes with more expensive scanners by creating mesh files of 3D objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation. Here's a look inside
2006-06-09 Syscan licenses Next Wave's LCOS optical engine
Syscan Imaging announced the signing of a worldwide exclusive license to manufacture and sell a proprietary 3-panel LCOS optical engine developed by Next Wave Optics
2014-12-26 Optical sensors provide touchless detection
The TMG399x devices from ams feature six key sensing functions such as gesture detection and Mobeam barcode emulation geared for smartphones, tablets and other consumer electronics.
2007-12-17 Optical antenna allows submicron laser scans
Co-inventor of the quantum-cascade laser, Harvard professor Federico Capasso, has devised an optical antenna that enables QC lasers to perform submicron scans by focusing the laser's spot with nanoscale accuracy
2014-08-19 Laser scanner helps keep railway tracks safe
An innovative optical sensor system surveys the tracks quickly and safely. A laser scanner acquires geometrical irregularities and transforms them into 3D images.
2006-02-17 KLA-Tencor unveils latest-gen optical CD metrology system
KLA-Tencor's latest-generation optical CD metrology system provides cost-effective inline CD and profile measurements of critical device structures that help enable early prediction of IC performance and yield at the 90nm and 65nm nodes
2007-08-09 Business card scanner relies on analog
The new CardScan business card reader promises faster and more accurate recognition of contact details and information, with the software doing a remarkably good job of spelling names correctly.
2004-08-05 Intel unveils EUV micro-exposure tool
Intel Corp. has installed an extreme ultraviolet (EUV) micro-exposure tool (MET) from Exitech Ltd at its development fab in Sta. Clara, California.
2002-07-25 Industry said to face steep lithography challenges
Many in the semiconductor industry underestimate the technical and economic challenges posed by new forms of lithography, said Phil Ware, senior fellow at Canon Inc.
2004-12-13 Panasonic LK-RS300U previews free-form imaging
Handheld USB scanner Panasonic LK-RS300U combines processor, sensor technologies to deliver digital rubbings
2006-02-22 IBM claims 193nm litho record
At the SPIE Microlithography Conference, IBM said that it has created the world's smallest line patterns using 193nm optical lithography
2008-05-16 HP details silicon photonics road map
HP has outlined its goal to use silicon photonics to connect blades, boards, chips and eventually cores on the same chip at HP Labs's first annual Photonic Interconnect Forum this week.
2011-11-29 How FPGAs boost medical imaging
Learn how field-programmable gate arrays and other computing elements can enhance imaging techniques such as optical coherence tomography
2013-01-21 Fraunhofer set to unveil sugar cube-sized spectrometer
Fraunhofer's spectrometer enables analysis of gaseous, liquid and solid materials immediately on site instead of taking samples for lab analysis.
2003-02-19 EUV activity shifts to Sematech North
Developers of EUV lithography are looking north, specifically to the University at Albany, State University of New York, for their future.
2008-07-16 Beyond supercool: room-temperature THz lasers
A heterodyning method, cast in nonlinear materials, mixes two optical frequencies whose difference is the desired THz frequency, resulting in a room-temperature THz laser. This may act as scanner like x-rays safe for people and can detect hidden weapons, toxic materials present in the air or distinguish improvised explosive devices at a distance.
2013-04-01 THz radiation leads to powerful nanoscale sensors
Researchers at A*STAR IMRE revealed that microstructures made up by pairs of touching semiconductor disks yield enhanced terahertz radiation.
2002-06-14 Dongbu launches program for CMOS image sensor developers
Dongbu Electronics Co. Ltd has launched its GeneCIS program for developers of CMOS image sensors that target high-volume applications.
2014-12-22 Immersion light source improves on-wafer performance
Cymer's XLR 700ix claims to offer improvements in bandwidth, wavelength and energy stability, increasing scanner throughput and process stability for advanced 14nm chip manufacturing and beyond
2008-05-23 Harvard prof develops room-temp THz laser
A Harvard University professor has demonstrated a heterodyning method cast in nonlinear materials that mixes two easy-to-generate optical frequencies spaced apart at the desired terahertz frequency, resulting in a room-temperature terahertz laser
2009-02-26 Collaboration to bring 42nm flash optimization
Synopsys Inc. is collaborating with Powerchip and Nikon to deploy the Nikon Scanner Signature Files (NSSF) as a means to increase Proteus ProGen model accuracy on 42nm flash memory designs
2009-09-23 Canon litho dreams hit price roadblock
The end could be near for Canon Inc.'s lithography efforts, as the company is reportedly mulling plans to cease future, high-end scanner development, according to sources
2008-04-17 Applied takes on KLA-Tencor in mask inspection market
Applied Materials has entered the photomask inspection market with a new tool based on a breakthrough aerial imaging tech, in hopes of dethroning market leader KLA-Tencor.
2007-04-02 TI Fellow details digital micromirror apps
Larry Hornbeck, Emmy winner for his invention of the digital micromirror device, told EE Times that TI has still more applications up its sleeve for the digital micromirror.
2014-11-13 Smart sensors detect gestures, support barcode emulation
AMS recently introduced the TMG3992 for mobile applications and the TMG3993 for home automation to increase touchless gesturing to four directions.
2014-03-25 Significance of UHF RFID to Industry 4.0
Find out how RFID can become a low-cost wireless alternative to Bluetooth or ZigBee.
2014-04-28 Sensors cross the megapixel threshold
The CMOS image sensor race in applications ranging from automotive to sports analytics and food inspections moves beyond the megapixel battle and is defined by a more complex criteria including frame rates, sensitivity, integration time, and light sources.
2003-09-11 Researchers reflect on maskless lithos
An invitation-only workshop has kicked off last September 8, to explore a form of maskless lithography based on arrays of micromirrors.
2013-12-02 Research: Gauging depth with only one reflected photon
Novel lidar-like rangefinders has the potential to measure depth from a hundredth as much light, and to produce images from only one nine-hundredth the light as regular lidar systems.
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