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2014-03-17 Research team creates self-powered wireless photodetectors
A team from A*STAR IMRE developed a light detector that can harvest just small quantities of detected light to generate enough energy to power a sensing signal transmission through an RF transmitter.
2001-10-15 Non-contact optical position sensing using silicon photodetectors
This application note examines the various types of silicon photodetectors and discusses the theory of operation and relative disadvantages of each type. An example of optoelectronic instruments utilizing these sensors is also presented.
2013-09-18 Graphene cuts cost of photodetectors
Researchers from MIT said that graphene has promising applications in photodetectors, devices that convert optical signals to electrical signals in integrated optoelectronic computer chips.
2013-08-06 Printed electronics enables flexible sensor design
Discover how printed electronics is opening up large flexible sensor design opportunities.
2014-12-19 MIT researchers find superconductor law
Researchers at MIT have discovered the law governing thin-film superconductors. This eliminates trial and error for companies making photodetectors that can sense single photons and squids.
2004-07-08 French groups combine for opto, semis research
French telecoms to defense groups Alcatel and Thales have formed a joint research laboratory that will focus on optoelectronic and semiconductors devices based on III-V process technologies.
2008-12-08 Causing an avalanche: the latest advance in silicon photonics
Several companies are active in the field of silicon photonics because they believe that silicon has an advantage in making the very low cost optical parts needed for large markets.
2014-02-04 Graphene market to reach $141M in 2024, says analyst
Graphene's high electrical and thermal conductivities, mechanical strength and flexibility allows it to be used in electronics applications such as ultrafast transistors, touch screens and photodetectors.
2005-08-01 Get better UV sensors with SL structures
Due to their compactness, low power and high stability, photodetectors can achieve UV selectivity for various UV instrumentation applications
2006-11-16 Fully-packed chip carries all XFP ingredients
In a 20-by-12mm package, startup Luxtera Inc. integrated dual-transceiver channels of lasers and photodetectors, enabling the chip to provide all the functions of an XFP transceiver.
2003-01-28 Users configure Datel video processor
A 14-bit, 5Mpixel/second application-specific video signal processor from Datel Inc. includes a user-configurable input amplifier as well as a CDS and a sampling ADC.
2016-05-12 Tech breakthrough boosts 2D semiconductor photoluminescence by 20,000-fold
National University of Singapore researchers said the discovery could pave the way for the application of 2D semiconductors such as tungsten diselenide in advanced optoelectronic and photonic devices.
2003-01-15 Sirenza develops 40Gbps tunable TIA
The company has developed a 40Gbps common-base TIA that employs a tunable transimpedance bandwidth control.
2013-06-21 Sensor determines sound direction through light
A sensor developed within SINTEF's MiNaLab gives microphones hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction.
2002-09-16 Sensor converts ambient light into digital signals
An ambient-light sensor from Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions Inc. converts light intensity to a digital-signal output capable of direct SMBus interface.
2006-08-04 Researchers propose technique to eliminate need for substrates, chips, boards
Instead of fabricating circuits on chips and soldering them to printed-circuit boards, Canadian researchers propose painting transparent "solution processed" circuits directly onto a device's surface.
2013-06-17 Research team improves hexagonal material
Rice University and ORNL researchers have enhanced the growth of molybdenum disulfide semiconducting films for atom-thick circuits.
2014-03-14 Research groups focus on harnessing WSe2 properties
MIT, University of Washington and Vienna University of Technology have each conducted a separate research that examines the potential of WSe2 to create innovative optoelectronic devices.
2010-03-24 Quantum films to displace CMOS sensors in digicams?
Quantum films can image scenes with more pixel resolution, offering 4x better sensitivity for ultrahigh-resolution sensors that are cheaper to manufacture, according to InVisage Inc.
2012-10-15 Plasmonics show promise for optically induced electronics
Rice University researchers are doping graphene with light in a way that could lead to the more efficient design and manufacture of electronics, as well as novel security and cryptography devices.
2002-05-16 Planar integration of optical components
This news article discusses the industry methods in constructing optical circuits out of waveguides fabricated on silicon wafers, or planar integration, using conventional semiconductor tools and techniques.
2006-07-19 Paint-on semiconductor outperforms crystalline material
Researchers at the University of Toronto produced a semiconductor device by painting a liquid carrier onto a piece of glass and claimed that the device outperforms conventional crystal-based devices.
2016-01-04 Optoelectronic microprocessors promise lower power usage
Researchers at MIT, University of California at Berkeley and University of Colorado produced a working optoelectronic microprocessor that computes electronically but uses light to move information.
2002-04-23 Oki Electric, Fujikura establish optical transceiver venture
Oki Electric Ind. Co. Ltd and Fujikura Ltd have established SIGMA-LINKS Inc., a joint venture for the development, manufacture and sale of small form factor and next generation fiber-optic transceivers.
2011-06-09 OEMS join touchscreen bandwagon
OEMs are joining the touchscreen bandwagon, creating an instant ecosystem that could vanish just as fast if LCD makers build touchscreens directly onto displays.
2013-03-14 Numerical model to aid in nanophotonic designs
The numerical model developed by A*STAR researchers could be an invaluable tool for designers in nanophotonics as it can simulate the performance of circuits that rely on light.
2014-04-16 Nanowire manipulation yields boosted optical devices
Years of research at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have resulted in developments including hexagonal crystal structure in the GaAs nanowires, which facilitates material effectiveness in solar cells and LEDs.
2004-08-17 Lite-On expects record sales in July
Lite-On Technology Corp. is expecting sales revenues in July to amount to about $410.33 million, up by 50 percent year-on-year.
2015-09-28 Light detector on a chip shines path leading to new apps
Vanderbilt University engineers developed what they claim as the first integrated circularly polarised light (CPL) detector that may allow the development of small, portable sensors.
2004-02-13 Intel uses silicon for 1GHz optical modulator
Extending its thrust in silicon-based optical components to modulators, Intel Corp. researchers said they have reached 1GHz speeds with modulators which have on-chip phase-shifting capabilities.
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