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What is Extreme Ultra-Violet radiation (EUV)?
Extreme Ultra-Violet (EUV) radiation is generally considered to be the part of the electromagnetic spectrum spanning from 120nm down to 10nm. Its main uses are photoelectron spectroscopy, solar imaging and lithography.
Extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL) is a next-generation lithography technology using the 13.5nm EUV wavelength.
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2005-04-29 Honeywell debuts rad-hard process in new foundry fab
Honeywell International has developed a radiation-hardened, 0.15?m process technology within its new 200mm foundry fab.
2010-08-30 Graphene R&D pushes forward
U.S. researchers are creating tools for fabricating perfect graphene sheets, and they found that electron radiation prevents connections between monolayers.
2012-09-24 Fujitsu's FRAM-based device targets RFID apps
The MB89R112 includes 9KB of FRAM that claims to offer fast write speeds and high-frequency rewriting capabilities, providing excellent radiation tolerance and low-power operation.
2006-05-16 Embedded experts: Fix code bugs or cost lives
The Therac 25 was supposed to save lives by zapping tumors with targeted blasts of radiation. Instead, the device delivered massive overdoses that killed three patients and injured several others because of software glitches by a lone programmer whose code was never properly inspected and tested.
2003-07-25 DSP Architectures rolls 0.35?m processor
DSP Architectures has begun shipping its RHDSP24, a radiation-hardened, high-performance frequency domain digital signal processor.
2007-01-01 Do timely testing to avoid cosmic ray damage
Modern memory devices exhibit significant and increasing sensitivity to radiation-induced errors. Accurate measurements and comparisons of radiation sensitivities of semiconductor memory devices require the control of test conditions commensurate with the complexity of the devices.
2014-03-21 Designing wearable UV index sensor devices
Learn how to use Si1132 and Si114x UV index sensors to build a wearable UV sensor device to monitor levels of UV radiation.
2011-08-17 Antenna offers 351C366MHz frequency range
The TRA3513 antenna series measures 3.5in tall and features frequency agility, low visibility, wide bandwidth and a low angle radiation pattern.
2003-09-01 Ansoft carves another niche for HFSS tool
Ansoft Corp. releases the newest version of its simulator, the HFSS ver.9, to model radiation patterns of 3D metal structures.
2013-05-02 Active antenna prototype maximises coverage, data rate
Today's active antennas can adjust impedance and frequency response to cover a set of frequency bands. The prototype versions can change the length and shape of radiation elements to focus beams in specific directions.
2003-06-30 Actel space FPGAs break 1M gate barrier
Actel Corp. has unveiled its radiation-tolerant RTAX-S field-programmable gate array offerings.
2002-04-19 Actel ships 72,000-gate FPGA
Actel Corp. has shipped its 72,000-gate RT54SX72S antifuse FPGA designed for use in radiation-intensive applications including low-Earth orbiting satellites and deep space probes.
2005-11-04 Actel releases IP core for military, aerospace applications
Actel Corp. introduced an intellectual property (IP) core designed for the radiation-tolerant and firm-error immune FPGAs.
2013-09-18 A*STAR IME, nanoX to create highly sensitive MEMS X-ray
The device from A*STAR's Institute of Microelectronics and nanoX Imaging requires only a small dose of radiation to achieve high quality images with a high gain and low noise.
2010-09-22 World's first two-terminal silicon-only memory chip created
Scientists strip out carbon to create world's first two-terminal silicon-only memory chip
2003-10-08 With nod from NASA, 500mV chipset for liftoff
After years of work and a thumbs-up from NASA, researchers at the University of Idaho have designed a chip whose power consumption is more than an order of magnitude less than that in existing satellite chips.
2015-11-02 Wireless vision able to capture images behind walls
MIT researchers developed a technology called RF Capture that lends itself to potential applications such as virtual reality, smart homes and even film-making.
2011-08-01 Wireless tech increases spectrum utilization
DIDO is a wireless technology that increases the data capacity of a wireless spectrum while increasing reliability and reducing the cost and complexity of wireless devices.
2013-08-05 Wireless power tech aims to remove cable clutter
The Smart Universal Power Antenna technology removes the need for electric cables, whether for lamps, laptops or smartphones.
2009-10-13 Wireless FRAMs boast low power, high speed
The family of wireless memory devices features passive UHF EPCglobal Class-1 Generation-2 wireless access.
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices.
2007-03-09 White LEDs tout higher light-delivery efficiency
Since the GaN substrates and light-emitting layer in Panasonic's high-power white LEDs have the same refractive index, its light delivery efficiency is over 1.5 times that of conventional sapphire-based LED element.
2007-08-24 White LEDs emit 7cd at medium-range current
Rohm has developed white LEDs that incorporate a high heat dissipation package to efficiently emit 7cdsaid to be the highest in the industryusing current of 50-150mA.
2005-06-14 VPT's new DC/DC converters pay attention to the smallest details
VPT's new DVCH series of DC/DC converters deliver 1.5W from what's claimed to be the best small-size package available today for use in critical-reliability apps.
2015-05-21 Voltage-controlled liquid metal antenna expands IoT use cases
Using electrochemistry, NCSU researchers created a reconfigurable, voltage-controlled liquid metal antenna that may play a huge role in future mobile devices and the burgeoning Internet of Things.
2014-05-06 Vietnam zooms in on solar energy development
While demands for solar-powered equipment continue to move upward, local solar manufacturers have been suffering badly, mainly from the country's drive to use advanced technologies regardless of where they come from.
2012-05-22 Various ways of controlling EMC
Hardware engineers should deal with electromagnetic compatibility during the pc board design phase to ensure a system free of EMC faults.
2012-06-01 Various techniques for wireless charging
Read about the promising techniques and ways for implementing wireless charging.
2007-01-19 UWB antenna suppresses out-of-band noise
The ability of Omron's UWB antenna to suppress out-of-band noise by 50 percent or more enables high-quality communications between wireless USB dongles, hubs, PCs, mobile equipment and digital home appliances.
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.
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