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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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2011-06-08 Taiwan bans mobile phones for students
The mobile phone ban is being pushed by concerned people in Taiwan because of the possibility of carcinogenic effects to students below 15 years of age.
2009-03-12 Tackling FM antenna design roadblocks
As wireless usage models become more popular in portable devices, customers are demanding wire-free FM radio reception with embedded antennas. The article discusses maximizing sensitivity to improve FM reception using an embedded antenna and the methods to achieve that goal.
2004-08-12 Synthesis suite targets unconventional designs
FTL's Merlin is a tool suite that includes behavioral synthesis from VHDL or SystemVerilog; analog synthesis from VHDL-AMS or Verilog-AMS; and analysis and simulation.
2004-10-01 Synthesis suite targets unconventional designs
FTL Systems is quietly preparing a complete IC design solution, but this small, privately held company isn't about to go head-to-head against the big EDA vendors.
2002-07-18 Synthesis of nanoparticles coming into focus
Scientists are fast gaining control over the building of tiny particles, accomplishing nanoparticle synthesis in both inorganic and organic chemistries. University of Arkansas researchers here have devised a
2008-12-25 Survey reveals downside of globalization on EEs
EE Times' Annual Salary & Opinion Survey found that while globalization has delivered tremendous opportunities to the electronics industry over the past two decades, it has cost many engineers in Europe, North America and other developed regions, a world of pain in terms of fewer job opportunities and lower wages.
2015-05-26 Surgical robots market to surge to $20B in 2021
The market for robotic surgery is expected to grow as next generation devices, systems and instruments are introduced to manage surgery through small ports in the body instead of large open wounds.
2003-07-16 Substrate noise can tax tools, methodologies
Raminderpal Singh, manager of Process Design Kit Development at IBM, says complex substrate-modeling, prediction methodologies and tools can all prove futile in IC design without understanding the "bigger" parasitic future.
2015-10-29 Sub-nm perovskite nanocrystals to yield energy-efficient LEDs
LMU researchers synthesised perovskite nanocrystals in the form of ultrathin nanoplatelets that feature emission characteristics that are tunable by altering their thickness.
2015-02-26 STMicroelectronics unveils digital UV sensor for mobile devices
STMicroelectronics touts its UVIS25 sensor for mobile devices designed with a UVI output range of 0-15, 1.7 to 3.6V supply voltage range, and the ability to provide updated UVI values every second.
2003-03-25 STMicro IGBT boasts low forward-voltage drops
STMicroelecronics has introduced a 200A version of its PowerMESH IGBT family, which features low forward-voltage drops at high currents.
2004-05-17 Standard to address precise locationing
Ultrawideband might well form the basis of a newly proposed wireless standard for positioning and low-data-rate communications.
2012-07-18 ST plays a part in the discovery of Higgs
STMicroelectronics applauds CERN for their success in discovering the elusive Higgs boson particle.
2004-11-29 ST EMI filter protects up to 15kV ESD
ST unveiled an EMI filter for LCD driver lines that is suitable for use in mobile, computing and consumer apps.
2015-03-06 ST adds latest device to digital UV sensor portfolio
The UVIS25 from ST claims to be the world's first sensor to offer a direct digital output of the UV Index, and is geared for mobile, wearable and IoT applications.
2011-01-26 SrTiO3 offers multifunction possibilities
Researchers have found a way to create a conductive layer on the surface of strontium titanate that offers the possibility of enabling different functions on a single microelectronic device.
2005-02-14 SRAMs readied for 45nm node
Issues like soft errors and gate current leakage are emerging as design challenges as SRAM technology moves below 90nm, according to memory experts at this week's International Solid-State Circuits Conference here.
2014-12-19 SRAMs in nextgen IoT and wearable embedded designs
In this article, we will discuss the technology advances that necessitate SRAMs and also the evolving trends in SRAM technology that make it ready to service the needs of the future.
2011-05-31 SPTS, Griffith University to develop SiC-on-Si wafers
A joint agreement has been forged between SPTS and Griffith University for the commercial development of SiC-on-silicon wafers as viable semiconductor material for LED, power and MEMS devices.
2010-03-01 Spread spectrum timing for HDD applications
When electrical current flows in a circuit, an electromagnetic field is created. The strength of this field depends on the frequency and magnitude of the current flow.
2011-03-24 Spintronic transistors seen in future PCs
Researchers can now align the magnetic "spins" of electrons in a silicon chip at room temperature, bringing devices that store data using the spin of electrons as well as their electrical charge closer to reality.
2004-03-03 Spin valves open organic chip era
A research technique for making organic spin-valve electronics could herald the coming of nonvolatile semiconductors melded with optical emitters, transducers and sensors.
2004-12-16 Space-based GPS lowers costs
Developing a satellite may be expensive, but integrating a GPS receiver may trim down costs.
2013-07-23 Space qualified GHz-class RISC microprocessor
The PC7448 from E2v operates at speeds of up to 1267MHz and provides powerful floating-point computation capability when combined with an AltiVec engine.
2008-06-30 Space project pushes Microchip engineers to extreme
What started out as an innocent call about their company's line of MCUs, locked a small cadre of Microchip Technology Inc. engineers into a multiyear, space-based design project that would push the boundaries of their professional knowledge and flexibility.
2014-11-10 South Korean ex-workers file for industrial disease claims
Nineteen South Korean electronics companies' workers and family members filed for industrial accident compensation. Eight of the applicants are suffering from leukaemia or a disease similar to it, while others have brain tumours, breast cancer, and acute renal failure, among other ailments.
2008-11-13 Solar markets: Highlighting PV technology
It has been shown that solar energy harvesting will soon go mainstream, but it's not clear which of the many diverse technologies vying for dominance in this emerging market will take precedence.
2011-11-28 Solar energy turns sludge to electricity
An Israel-based startup is thermo-chemically transforming waste into power and raw materials.
2008-12-11 Software tool provides design support for FPGAs
Actel Corp. has announced the availability of Libero Integrated Design Environment (IDE) ver 8.5. This suite of software design tools extends support for the recently announced nano versions of Actel's IGLOO and ProASIC3 FPGAs.
2008-09-09 Software simplifies metamaterial-based RF designs
A British government-backed project has led to the release of RF design tools for antennas and phase shifters that use metamaterials.
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