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2005-03-31 Phosphors with YAG-like performance
The new phosphors from Intematix deliver YAG-equivalent performance and color benefiting many apps requiring bright and vibrant light.
2013-02-13 LED production still banks heavily on phosphors
A recent report by Yole Dveloppement sheds some light on how the LED industry remains dependent on phosphors for the continued production of white LEDs.
2006-05-24 Intematix supplies phosphors to Taiwan LED packaging manufacturer
Intematix announced that it will provide its line of patent-backed phosphors to High Power Lighting Corp. of Taiwan.
2013-01-16 LED packaging to experience year upswing, says Yole
According to Yole Dveloppement's latest report, the LED packaging materials market will enjoy a 20 per cent CAGR during the period 2012-2017, with its growth driven by package substrate and phosphors.
2013-12-23 Pushing white light efficiency through GaN-on-GaN
A startup company is betting on GaN-on-GaN for high efficiency white LEDs that could usher in a generation of devices using purely white LEDs and not blue LEDs covered with a mixture of phosphors.
2005-09-12 Intematix, Edison Opto partner on phosphor for white LED
Material discovery and phosphor company, Intematix Corp. and Edison Opto of Taiwan have formed a supply partnership on phosphors for a variety of applications for the white LED and solid state lighting markets.
2007-08-16 A closer look at SED, FED technologies
The surface-conduction electron-emitter display (SED) and the field emission display (FED) have many components in common, such as the anode configuration and phosphors used on the anode, and much of the assembly process. But significant differences exist in the emitter structure. This article discusses the similarities and differences between the two technologies, and their effect on performance.
2007-11-21 White LEDs outshine light bulbs
An international team of researchers demonstrated the first white LEDs to achieve a high CRI that could pave way to the adoption of white LEDs to replace incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes.
2005-07-11 Universal Display blue light emitter could boost OLED market
A durable blue phosphorescent organic LED developed by Universal Display has surpassed the 1,000-hour lifetime barrier by a wide margin, the company said.
2003-05-19 Toshiba expands high luminosity LED offering
Toshiba Corp. has announced the addition of bluish green and purple LEDs to its high luminosity LED product line.
2013-06-17 Silicon-based nanoparticles to produce greener, cheaper LEDs
The technology developed by a team from University of Washington uses silicon, derived from sand, instead of rare-earth elements thus lowering the cost of manufacturing LEDs.
2011-06-07 Siemens' Osram files suit against LG, Samsung
Osram has filed a patent infringement cases against Samsung and LG in the United States, as well as LG in Japan and China.
2013-02-18 Shifting from CCFT- to LED-backlit LCD modules
Learn about the various advantages of LED backlights over cold cathode fluorescent tubes for displays.
2015-04-02 Reducing cost for large-area electroluminescent sheets
INM researchers found a cost-effective way to enable electroluminescence on large, curved surfaces through the use of wet-chemical, printable methods.
2006-10-27 Rectangular LED chips enable thinner displays
The elongated chips from BridgeLux, available in 0.254-by-0.457mm and 0.254-by-0.584mm sizes, feature a rectangular shape, enabling thinner displays for mobile phones, PDAs, digital still cameras, MP3 players and notebook PCs.
2011-08-10 Rare earth supply dwindles, prices soar
Despite efforts of different countries to balance the world's supply and demand of rare earths, prices still soar, this time, as a result of hoarding and price gouging of different companies.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2009-03-27 Plasma panel market loses pace
The long-dreaded slowdown in the plasma panel market now is at hand, with shipment growth declining dramatically in 2009 compared to 2008, according to iSuppli Corp.
2011-02-17 Phosphorescent emitters cut solid-state lighting costs
The new metal-free organic compounds form strong bonds with halogens in the crystal, tightly packing molecules, thus suppressing vibration and heat losses during recombination, for strong phosphorescence.
2005-02-22 Panasonic touts tottering plasma display technology
Engineers and executives of the Panasonic Technologies Co. hit the road this week to tout the advantages of plasma display technology over LCDs.
2009-10-01 HD 3D PDP packs crosstalk reduction
Panasonic unveils a full HD 3D PDP and high-precision active shutter glasses for 3D TV in the living room.
2014-07-28 GE ups colour vibrancy in LEDs with phosphor powder
The use of the PFS phosphor in LED systems generates a reddish colour that is sharper, cleaner and truer compared to nitride phosphorresulting in less colour bleed and a richer picture in displays.
2012-02-10 GaN-on-Si tech cuts HB-LED cost by 80%
Plessey acquired CamGaN in order to use its proprietary 6in GaN-on-silicon technology that claims to cut scrap rate and batch time.
2005-07-08 Durable blue light emitter could boost OLED market
A durable blue phosphorescent organic LED developed by Universal Display Corp. has surpassed the 1,000-hour lifetime barrier by a wide margin, the company said.
2013-10-28 Do high power LEDs emit IR heat in forward manner?
Is it true that a high power LED emits no UV or IR and that any heat is generated only in the PN junction and then transferred to a heat sink?
2004-02-11 Display maker gets financing for FPD production
iFire Technology Inc. has acquired $10M in financing from Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd (DNP) to upgrade its Toronto, Canada facility.
2010-07-12 Cree, Philips ink LED patent cross-license deal
Cree Inc. and Philips have signed a cross-license agreement designed to further accelerate the growth of the LED lighting market.
2011-08-08 CFL bulb teardownWhat makes it a green solution?
Here's a product tear down that focuses on a dimmable CFL demonstration lamp made by Chinese manufacturer, Baishi.
2003-12-09 Canon, Toshiba seed venture for SED flat TVs
Canon Corp. and Toshiba Corp. are finalizing preparations for a venture that would produce flat-panel televisions based on surface-conduction electron-emitter display (SED) technology. The two companies intend to demonstate prototypes at the Winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January.
2005-08-25 Canon to establish R&D center for SED production
Canon Inc. plans to invest about $200 million to establish a surface-conduction electron-emitter display (SED) R&D center to increase the competitiveness of SED panels among other flat panels, such as plasma and LCD displays.
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