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2002-01-18 Carbon nanotubes to improve solar cells
Researchers from Cambridge University's engineering department have developed photovoltaic devices that, when doped with single-wall carbon nanotubes, perform better than undoped devices.
2006-11-01 Camera phone image processing 'magic' revealed
This article discusses the challenges of creating a good image from a CMOS sensor inside a camera phone.
2011-12-05 BSI sensor boasts low light capability
Aptina's AR0832E is a 1/3.2in optical format, 8MP sensor with a 1.4? BSI pixel geared for various lighting environments.
2003-09-15 Bias voltage and current sense circuits for avalanche photodiodes
This application note examines bias voltage and current measurement requirements in designing avalanche photodiode (APD) modules.
2003-07-18 Bi-directional optical module eyes ATM networks
Sunstar Communication Technology's bi-directional optical module features a 1,310nm FP-LD for the transmitter, and a 1,550nm PIN photodiode for the receiver.
1999-10-22 ATA series transimpedance amplifiers
The paper discusses the use of the ATA series transimpedance amplifier (TIA) for a preamplifier of fiber optic network receivers.
2002-11-28 API offers hybridized detector array
Advanced Photonix Inc. has introduced a hybridized linear photodiode array that delivers improved spatial resolution compared to conventional products.
2004-12-24 API gets hold of optoelectronic manufacturer
Advanced Photonix Inc. (API) has acquired the outstanding capital stock of Photonic Detectors Inc. (PDI).
2005-04-25 Albis bare die photodiodes target FTTx, 10G markets
Albis announced the X-tra Small photodiode product line, a series of photodiodes that is small in size (300-by-350?m) and low in price.
2003-10-03 ADN2847 AC-Coupled Optical Evaluation Kit
This application note describes the 32-lead ADN2847 laser diode driver Rev. A1 evaluation kit.
2003-10-03 ADN2830 Electrical Evaluation Kit
This application note describes the ADN2830 continuous wave laser driver Rev. A evaluation kit.
2002-11-11 ADI JFET amplifier provides 55MHz gain bandwidth
ADI's AD8067 JFET input amplifier is designed to meet the requirements of high-speed photodiode amplifiers used in fiber-optic apps.
2002-02-15 TI JFET operates at 1.6GHz
Claimed to have the industry's highest gain bandwidth at 1.6GHz, the OPA657 JFET amplifier from the company's Burr-Brown product line is designed for optical networking, photodiode and data-acquisition applications.
2001-04-24 Setting a LOP (Loss Of Power) threshold level equivalent
This application note outlines how one might set the LOP (loss of power) threshold in a photodiode receiver such that the assert level is equivalent to a BER (bit-error rate) of 10-3.
2005-06-01 Sensor offers significant power savings
The new ambient light photo sensor from Agilent is touted to outperform silicon photodiode light-detection solutions since their spectral response peaks are at the same wavelength as the human eye
2005-10-25 New RF amplifier from Anadigics tailored for FTTH/FTTP apps
Anadigics introduced an RF amplifier that, when used in conjunction with a photodiode, provides the fiber-to-coax video transition at the optical network terminal.
2014-03-05 MEMS interferometric sensor boasts sensitivity at -1?N/m
Toyohashi University of Technology researchers leverage a Fabry-Perot interferometer, combining it with a photodiode to develop a label-free biosensor.
2011-02-16 Low-noise op amps reduce supply current to 1?A
Maxim's MAX9636-MAX9638 rail-to-rail, low-noise operational amplifiers target interfacing to high-impedance sources such as photodiode and piezoelectric sensors.
2001-04-02 Digital Imaging Using CMOS Sensors
This paper discusses how to enable rapid development of imaging systems by utilizing a production-quality, photodiode-based CMOS active pixel image sensor IC.
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.
2005-11-22 ZiLOG's new Crimzon MCU offers on-chip "learning" capability
ZiLOG's ZLP12840 Crimzon MCU family offers an 'on-chip' ability to learn codes from other infrared remote controls via a learning circuit.
2003-07-04 Zarlink transceiver consumes 25 percent less power
Zarlink Semiconductor has expanded its portfolio of parallel fiber optic modules with the launch of the 4-channel pluggable fiber optic transceiver.
2003-05-16 Zarlink rolls highly integrated fiber-optic receiver
The company's ZL60011 fiber-optic receiver integrates an InGaAs PIN diode, low-noise TIA and limiting amp.
2004-07-12 Vishay optocouplers rated for 100C
The new series of devices from Vishay is touted to be the industry's first single- and dual-channel 10MBd optocouplers to be rated for 100C.
2012-08-21 Utilize wafer-scale CMOS X-ray imaging for medical apps
This imaging technology can bring key advantages in terms of performance such as high resolution, high dynamic range and low noise capabilities.
2012-10-18 Understanding SAR and delta-sigma ADC signal path
Learn about the signal characteristics of several representative sensors and signal chain components for each converter type.
2003-09-17 u?t Photonics photoreceivers use Inphi amps
u?t Photonics AG has developed with Inphi Corp. two differential pin-TIA photoreceivers for SONET OC-768/SDH STM-256 fiber optic networks.
2014-09-30 Transimpedance amplifier offers 21GHz bandwidth, 10k gain
The device boasts high level of sensitivity, with less than 2?A IRN and virtually no cross talk between channels, which help achieve high signal integrity for 100G optical networking systems.
2002-08-22 Toshiba sensors reduce power consumption in mobile apps
The TPS850 and TPS851 photo IC illumination sensors from Toshiba Corp. are designed to reduce power consumption in mobile applications.
2002-05-13 Toshiba photorelays are noise-free
Toshiba Corp. has announced the availability of its line of photorelays that eliminate the use of mechanical contacts used by conventional relays, providing a reliable and noise-free operation.
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