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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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2007-02-23 Small antennas offer high-data-rate transmission
Pulse, a Technitrol Company, has developed a line of high-performance ceramic diversity antennas.
2004-06-10 Silvaco rollout includes mixed-signal simulation
During the Design Automation Conference, Silvaco will bring a new mixed-signal simulator, a full-chip RC extractor, a harmonic-balance simulator, an inductance extractor and a soft-error modeling tool.
2002-02-27 Silicon nanoparticles enable microscopic lasers
Researchers at the University of Illinois have demonstrated a method of producing fluorescent red, blue, green and yellow nanoparticles from plain-vanilla silicon wafers.
2013-09-12 Silicon nanoparticles control direction of light
Researchers at A*STAR Data Storage Institute demonstrated a unique optical effect in nanoparticles that allows them to control the direction in which visible light scatters.
2011-12-08 Silicide process offers 2 pretreatment types
Ulvac's ENTRONTM-EX2 W300 CVD-Ni/CVD-Co film formation system for the silicide process is not only for silicide apps but for MEMS with NI and Co films as well.
2000-11-01 Signal leakage mires conversions
This article reviews superheterodyne tuning techniques and offers pointers for more streamlined implementations.
2012-07-04 SiC chips growth forecast at 37.67% CAGR discusses the emergence of Silicon Carbide (SiC) semiconductors in a market report, projecting that the segment will be worth $5.34 billion by 2022.
2010-07-07 Sharp, NED build 73MW solar plant in Thailand
Sharp Corp. has signed an agreement with NED to establish one of the world's largest solar power generation plants with a power generation capacity of 73MW in Thailand.
2011-03-01 Sensor system speeds broadband device testing
Microwave Vision Group's SG-3D telecom test system accelerates the testing process for mobile phones, smartphones, laptops and other broadband devices due to the 3D arrangement of multiple sensors.
2003-03-17 Sensor discerns height, weight without contact
Motorola launched its noncontact sensor technology that will precisely depict the size, weight, and position of individuals in a small radius.
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.
2014-11-17 Self-heating limits noise in microwave amplifiers
Chalmers University of Technology scientists showed how noise in a microwave amplifier is limited by self-heating at very low temperatures, which can be useful in quantum computers and radio astronomy.
2008-03-12 Security cam sees through clothing but blind to skin
ThruVision insists its security camera can detect both metallic and non-metallic objects under clothing without revealing details of the subject's body.
2004-03-01 SDK reflector suits LCDs in PCs, TV sets
Showa Denko K.K. has developed a high-performance aluminum reflector for LCDs in personal computers and television sets.
2007-05-23 Scientists rebuff BBC docu on Wi-Fi health risks
A documentary screened in the U.K. claiming health risks from Wi-Fi was rebuffed by some scientists who called the conclusion 'grossly unscientific.'
2003-12-12 Sanmeng heating wire features hard aging
Shanghai Sanmeng Electrothermal Material Co. Ltd has released fiber infrared electrical heating wires that are made of carbon. Suitable for use in ground heating, the product has adopted high quality carbon fiber as its pyrotoxin while heat-resistant fluorin plastic and non-alkali glass fiber are used as insulated material.
2010-03-30 Round, oval LED lamps target electronic sign apps
Avago Technologies has developed SMT high-brightness oval and round LED lamps for use in outdoor and indoor electronic sign applications.
2014-06-27 ROHM rolls out innovative wearable key device
The key-shaped device uses sensor synergy and sensor fusion technology, combining sensors from ROHM and Kionix with LAPIS Semiconductor's Bluetooth LE communication IC and sensor hub MCU.
2009-12-08 RJ45 jacks integrate mis-mating protection
From Suyin comes 12-pin, low-profile, in-board RJ45 jacks that measure 18.05mm x 20.25mm x 11.45mm and can be installed on the board in an offset manner to save further space.
2013-11-01 RIKEN: Nanotech boosts next-gen Li-O2 batteries
The application of catalytic ruthenium oxide (RuO2) nanoparticles was observed to allow lithium-oxygen batteries batteries to be recharged efficiently.
2012-10-04 Rice University makes advancements in transparent memory
Rice University's research team has made highly transparent, nonvolatile resistive memory devices based on the revelation that silicon oxide can be used as a switch.
2006-10-04 RGB LED modules deliver 480 lumens
Avago's new high-power LED modules, said to be the first to provide up to 480 lumens of light output, target customers who want an easy to use lighting solution that can display a variety of colors.
2015-11-27 RF pointers for embedded developers
Here are five tips on RF technology for developers without much prior experience in dealing with RF now tasked with adding wireless connectivity to their embedded designs.
2014-02-26 RF antenna allows 1cm precision positioning
The device is equipped with imec's GNSS antenna and Septentrio's GNSS RF front-end, which receives all GPS, GLONASS and GALILEO bands.
2013-12-04 Researchers find way to counter electromagnetic attacks
A team from Fraunhofer INT demonstrated how to defend against electromagnetic attacks, developing a measurement instrument that can detect where the attacks originate.
2009-01-08 Researchers develop energy-harvesting RFICs for Mars
Kansas State University is developing a single-chip microtransceiver that can be used in energy harvesting radio technology targeted for future Mars missions.
2011-12-21 Research reveals silent nanomechanical RF amp
Researchers from Aalto University have achieved a noiseless oscillator performance by cooling it down to -273C.
2014-12-15 Renesas touts soft error-free, low-power SRAM devices
The RMLV08 adds five products in its line-up that boast a density of 8Mb and use a fine fabrication process technology with a circuit linewidth of 110nm.
2005-02-17 Quiet JFET features nearly zero popcorn noise
Linear Integrated Systems' new JFETs provide low noise at both high and low frequencies with a narrow range of saturated drain current and low capacitance.
2016-03-09 Quick peek at memory testing
Let's talk about test strategies to address the potential issues in certain memory technologies such as DRAM and NAND Flash.
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