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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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2015-02-09 Utilising LEDs for LCD backlighting (Part 1)
Learn about the types of LED LCD backlight units, the market trends and technological developments, the advantages of LED LCD televisions, and the key points in the optical design of LED backlights.
2013-12-26 Utilise PSoC for heart rate monitor
Read about a heart rate monitor design using programmable system-on-a-chip.
2015-08-20 Using DRC for SERDES PCB layouts
In order to be sure that SERDES bus traces on a routed printed circuit board are error free, you may use an automated design rule checker, which makes such tasks easier.
2008-02-18 Use UWB in ultralow-power Zigbee sensor nodes
The IEEE 802.15.4 standardization committee who defined the MAC and PHY adopted by Zigbee has proposed an alternative PHY relying on UWB technology.
2011-09-01 Use spread spectrum clock generators for EMI reduction in digital systems (Part 1)
Spread spectrum clock generators can be used to manage and suppress EMI. However, designers must be aware of the tradeoffs that come along with it.
2002-08-28 Unnatural optics create precise photonic lens
Optical experiments using arrays of nanowires are demonstrating that the concept of a negative refractive index could be realized in practical systems.
2008-05-01 Understanding embedded antennas
Embedded systems design is garnering a lot of attention these days, but for many designers, the embedded antenna remains somewhat of a mystery. Indeed, antennas have always had a bit of RF mystique around them and probably will continue to do so.
2013-04-23 Understand thermal management for power supplies
Know the basics of dissipating heat in power supplies while keeping the noise down.
2005-06-20 Ultracapacitor technology breakthrough powers higher-performance products
Maxwell's new large cell BOOSTCAP ultracapacitor cells and multi-cell modules are based on a technology that enables them to store more energy and deliver more power per unit volume.
2005-12-12 ULDO voltage regulators tailored for high-reliability apps
International Rectifier unveiled a new line of RAD-Hard, 3A, fixed- or adjustable-output, ultra-low dropout voltage regulators for high-reliability applications.
2011-06-07 U.S., Russia collaborate on a smart grid program
U.S. and Russia have entered into a partnership program, which aims to deepen its collaboration on energy efficiency, smart grid technology, and clean energy.
2011-12-09 Two-stage MIMO over-the-air testing
Read about the methods of MIMO over-the-air testing, and find out why the two-stage method has the advantage of being fast, efficient and flexible.
2006-11-01 Turning science-fiction idea into fact
David Schurig sat down with EE Times to describe how the cloaking device works and what electronic engineers can do to turn the science fiction idea into fact.
2009-01-20 Trouble in CFL land
These little wonders of engineering have improved the efficacy of lighting over the incandescent bulb by quite a bit, but are still relatively expensive and have serious issues with lighting systems and dimmers.
2008-12-01 Trees energize wireless networks
Harnessing the voltage difference between a tree and the ground can generate enough electricity to power a sensor and transmitter for better fire prediction modeling and local climate data.
2014-04-02 Toyota miscalculates in safety-critical considerations
Testing safety-critical systems have been overlooked by carmakers and regulators alike, as what software expert Michael Barr pointed out in a court testimony about cars' electronic control systems.
2013-08-01 Torex debuts 1.5A step-down micro DC/DC converter
Measuring 2.5x3.2x1.0mm, the XCL213/XCL214 series is an ultra-small step-down micro DC/DC converter with integrated coil comes with a load current of 1.5A.
2015-03-24 Top 5 problems with programmable logic controllers
PLC's duties are crucial for complex processes. However, like most things in life, they can be both advantageous and disadvantageous. Read this article to discover what can possibly go wrong.
2009-10-14 Tiny photo detectors boast 100ns response time
Vishay has expanded its optoelectronics portfolio with new AEC-Q101-qualified miniature photodiodes and phototransistors.
2013-06-12 TI to demo transmitter with higher EIRP
Texas Instruments is set to demonstrate a paper on 160GHz centre-frequency-pulsed transmitter for short-range sensor applications at the 2013 VLSI Symposium.
2011-07-08 Through-hole LEDs target full-color electronic signages
Avago Technologies has launched three high-brightness through-hole LED families that combine sharper viewing quality with lower power consumption.
2010-01-07 Through-hole LEDs help improve readability in sunlight
Avago Technologies debuts a series of 5mm green and blue high brightness, high performance through-hole LEDs for use in electronic sign and signal applications.
2004-02-25 The trouble with Rover is revealed
When the Mars rover Spirit went dark on January 21, 2004 a Jet Propulsion Laboratory team undertook to reprogram the craft's computer only to find themselves introducing an unpredictable sequences of events.
2015-06-15 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: Configuration
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we are going to look into configuration techniques and technologies.
2014-05-26 The lowdown on batteries: Lithium thionyl chloride
This technology has limited emissions even under abusive conditions, unlike other battery technologies using liquids that produce a gas by-product. Unfortunately, the electrolyte is toxic and reacts with water.
2012-09-21 The golden age of simulation-driven design
Find out what it takes to design for reliability nowadays.
2016-04-04 Terahertz system boasts of innovative sensor heads
Berlin-based researchers gave the Terahertz technology a much-needed boost, as the latest development reveals low-cost components and allows easy testing of various components.
2012-08-01 Team up targets high density memory for RFID readers
Ramtron and Module Technology's partnership will enhance Module Technology's standard RFID reader hardware geared for applications such as smart metering and industrial manufacturing.
2012-08-06 Team up aims to develop MTM antenna for high-end WIFI
Deal endeavors to improve wireless technology for high performance networking products.
2005-05-31 TDK launches UWB test system for device evaluation, measurement
TDK Corp. has disclosed the availability of a total solution integrated UWB evaluation and measurement system. Sales of the new system will start in both Japan and the U.S. in June 2005.
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