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2016-05-05 Warped wafers no longer a problem for acoustic scanner
Sonoscan announced the C-SAM systems with its Quantitative Dynamic Z (Q-DZ) surface tracking feature for scanning warped wafers for defect detection or for measurement.
2015-08-25 Vietnamese company develops low-cost, high-speed 3D scanner
Vietnamese company An Viet Long has created its first 3D scanner, which is designed to be faster and more affordable than other handheld counterparts in order to meet customer demand.
2010-01-18 TSMC denies taking on Nikon scanner
Foundry giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd denies buying a new 193nm immersion lithography scanner from Nikon Corp.for now.
2010-10-08 TearDown: Inside a 3D desktop scanner
The desktop NextEngine 3D Scanner competes with more expensive scanners by creating mesh files of 3D objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation. Here's a look inside.
2001-09-11 Strengths and weaknesses of laser/PMT based microarray scanner systems
This application note explains the strengths and weaknesses of laser and PMT (photo-multiplier tube) based microarray scanner systems.
2004-05-17 Scanner front end does 40MS/s conversion
Flatbed scanners and multifunction peripherals appear to be settling out a bit on spatial and density resolution. But page-scanning speed is still a competitive issue in the end market, as is price.
2011-04-04 Power chip handles hundreds of channels for ultrasound scanner
STMicroelectronics' new smart power technology is expected to reduce power consumption in a wide range of electronic systems.
2015-02-20 NTU start-up unveils compact rotary 3D printer-scanner
Nanyang Technological University's (NTU) start-up Blacksmith Group unleashed the Blacksmith Genesis that can also scan items into digitised models, on top of its 3D printing capabilities.
2003-12-05 Nikon to introduce immersion scanner by 2006
Nikon Corp. said it will begin selling immersion lithography tools by 2006, joining the two other major lithography vendors, ASML and Canon.
2014-08-19 Laser scanner helps keep railway tracks safe
An innovative optical sensor system surveys the tracks quickly and safely. A laser scanner acquires geometrical irregularities and transforms them into 3D images.
2003-05-27 ISP1581 USB 2.0 Scanner using ASIC from Service & Quality Technology Co. Ltd
This application note provides details on how to implement the USB 2.0 scanner design using the ISP1581 high-speed USB 2.0 interface device together with the SQ009 ASIC from Service & Quality Technology.
2002-04-24 Intel orders scanner to develop commercial EUV lithography
Intel Corp. has ordered a beta-stage extreme ultraviolet lithography scanner from ASM Lithography to help it prepare for production of 45nm linewidth ICs using commercial EUV tools later this decade.
2004-03-15 Engineer offers free obfuscator, layout scanner
Inspired by a user request in the E-Mail Synopsys Users Group (ESNUG), an engineer working in Singapore developed a Verilog source-code obfuscator, a GDSII layout viewer, and a layout scanner that calculates wire length.
2002-04-10 Cypress, Realtek roll out USB 2.0 scanner solution
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and Realtek Semiconductor Corp. have jointly developed a USB 2.0 scanner reference design that scans an A4-sized paper at 600dpi, 16-bit color mode in <20s.
2003-06-25 CSR, Barcoda to Bluetooth-enable Microvision scanner
Cambridge Silicon Radio and Baracoda have signed an exclusive supply agreement with Microvision Inc. that will enable the latter to globally distribute a new Bluetooth-enabled bar code scanner.
2010-01-08 Buzz: TSMC buys Nikon 193nm litho scanner
In a surprise move, TSMC has procured a new 193nm immersion lithography scanner from rival Nikon Corp., according to sources.
2007-08-09 Business card scanner relies on analog
The new CardScan business card reader promises faster and more accurate recognition of contact details and information, with the software doing a remarkably good job of spelling names correctly.
2002-04-05 ALi scanner controller has USB 2.0 certification
Claimed to be the world's first USB 2.0-compliant scanner controller, the M5623 from Acer Laboratories Inc. renders 600dpi, 1,200dpi, and 2,400dpi images resolution with configurable external 1Mb to 64Mb EDO or SDRAM.
2002-08-14 ALi scanner chip offers built-in USB2.0 feature
The M5625 USB2.0 scanner controller chip features a built-in high/full-speed USB2.0-compliant device controller core, 16-bit AFE module, and a 16-bit fast scanner engine.
2001-08-30 A keyboard scanner
This application note presents an implementation of a keyboard scanner that uses a 4-by-4 keyboard matrix, giving a total of 16 keys with each key representing a single hexadecimal value.
2011-06-01 300mm wafer scanner gives double throughput
Sonoscan has rolled out the AW300, an automated 300mm bonded wafer inspection system that simultaneously scans two wafers and gives user double throughput of other systems.
2002-07-10 Wolfson AFE targets flatbed scanners, multi-function peripherals
The WM8150 analog front end from Wolfson Microelectronics Ltd works with CIS or CCD sensors at a pixel sample rate of up to 8MSa/s.
2003-07-16 Wafer coating system eyes deep-UV lithography
Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co. Ltd has released its RF3 offering that is a 300mm coating/developing system for advanced deep-UV lithography.
2013-10-08 Uses of copper barrier capacitors in medical field
Read about the growing demand for capacitors for use in a various medical devices.
2013-04-01 THz radiation leads to powerful nanoscale sensors
Researchers at A*STAR IMRE revealed that microstructures made up by pairs of touching semiconductor disks yield enhanced terahertz radiation.
2001-09-11 The AlphaArray as a Microarray Reader
This application note describes the AlphaArray system as a Microarray Reader. It defines the AlphaArray system and discusses its advantages compared to conventional scanner terminology.
2006-06-09 Syscan licenses Next Wave's LCOS optical engine
Syscan Imaging announced the signing of a worldwide exclusive license to manufacture and sell a proprietary 3-panel LCOS optical engine developed by Next Wave Optics.
2011-09-01 Speeding up medical imaging process using FPGA
Read about the use of FPGA platform and a synthesis tool called Impulse C to speed up a statistical line of reaction estimation for a high-resolution PET scanner.
2002-10-30 SMIC moves carefully towards 90nm development
Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. is gathering the tools it needs, including a 193nm scanner, to boost efficiency as it enters into 130nm manufacturing and prepares to begin basic development work for 90nm technology.
2002-05-30 Silterra Malaysia, to increase output via $107M investment
Silterra Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a semiconductor-manufacturing foundry, will invest an additional $107 million in capital equipment.
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