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2007-08-23 Firm supplies InGaN substrates for LED production
Technology and Devices International has started supplying wafers with a top layer of InGaN for use in LED production.
2010-01-06 Fearless IC forecasts for 2010
2010 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already uncertainty in the air. EE Times' Mark LaPedus offers his chip forecasts and other prediction for 2010.
2013-05-16 Exploring the gallium nitride technology
Discover why GaN technology is touted to displace silicon MOSFET devices.
2015-04-28 Exploring the failure analysis process
Determining the root cause of electronic system failures requires a disciplined and systematic analytical process, along with sophisticated tools for testing and visualizing the behaviours of sample devices.
2013-09-30 Exploring light sources for all projector sizes
Powerful compact light sources are necessary to ensure that image quality keeps pace with this process of miniaturisation.
2015-07-03 Examining 3D embedded substrate power packaging
Here is a look at 3D embedded substrate power packaging technologies, which will be increasingly deployed in everything from cell phones to hybrid electric vehicles.
2014-12-03 EVG unlocks nanoimprint lithography hub for photonics apps
The Nanoimprint Lithography NILPhotonics Competence Centre aims to help customers assess the technology and equipment for nanoimprint lithography (NIL) in the field of photonics.
2011-03-04 EUV still hounded by power source issues
Leading chipmakers stress that EUV tools need 200W of power to process 100 to 150 wafers an hour. The currently used EUV tool from ASML is however running at just about 10W.
2003-02-19 EUV activity shifts to Sematech North
Developers of EUV lithography are looking north, specifically to the University at Albany, State University of New York, for their future.
2013-09-27 Enable depth discernment in embedded vision apps
Explore the depth sensor technology alternatives available for building vision applications with the ability to sense objects in three dimensions.
2005-02-16 Emerging trends in embedded systems
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices.
2011-05-06 Emcore launches 1550nm CATV transmitter platform
Emcore has released a new platform under its 1550nm CATV fiber optic transmitter product portfolio for extending traditional CATV systems, such as head-end consolidation and broadcast transport.
2002-03-22 electronicChina draws largest electronics show participation in China
electronicChina show review: Messe M|nchen GmbH has successfully staged the first-ever electronicChina show at the Shanghai New International Expo Center from March 12 to 15, 2002.
2012-01-17 Economic uncertainty provides GSD adoption opportunities
In Southeast Asia, we expect the machine makers to adopt rapid prototyping platforms based on graphical systems design (GSD) to differentiate their capabilities from their competitors.
2011-02-28 DRAM, CPU built on organic substrates shown at ISSCC
Organic innovations include an 8bit processor handling up to six instructions per second in an averaging routine, a 64bit organic DRAM and a technique for printing CMOS structures on plastic substrate.
2005-01-06 Diversity is key to China's continued growth
China is moving from being a manufacturing only region to a certified design hub.
2006-01-01 Design transfer takes place in Chinese electronics industry
EE Times-China's China Design Technique Survey 2005 shows R&D activities China focusing on system design are now in full swing in the downstream industrial chain.
2013-11-26 DARPA team touts world's first THz vacuum amplifier
Researchers under DARPA's Terahertz Electronics (THz) program have designed and demonstrated a 0.85THz power amplifier using a micromachined vacuum tube.
2003-05-14 Darpa takes on optical interconnects challenges
Darpa is overseeing development of optical interconnects that will be able to achieve 1,000 times the speed per power and volume of electronic interconnects.
2013-07-12 Creating a secure embedded dev't process
Understand the underlying software development process and tools for building secure software.
2002-06-24 Coherent to develop lasers for ISMT
Coherent Inc. has received a multi-year contract from International SEMATECH for the development of lasers used in advanced photomasks applications.
2007-03-09 CJC module for thermocouples saves board space
BI Technologies' new CJC module for thermocouples features a hybrid SIP configuration to minimize board space.
2013-01-31 Cisco banks on silicon photonics for 2.5D, 3D ICs
Cisco is one of many firms pushing silicon photonics on 2.5D and 3D chips to lessen the cost of next-generation networks.
2004-09-03 Chip-scale atomic clock targeted at mobile apps
Researchers at the NIST are claiming a tiny atomic clock they have demonstrated could form the basis of significantly more precise timekeeping than achievable now.
2003-11-20 China unveils its own video format
In a move calculated to separate itself from new consumer electronics standards emerging elsewhere, China announced a new digital video format called Enhanced Versatile Disc (EVD).
2009-05-28 China Optics Valley ready for broader terrain
Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province in China, is known as the country's "Optics Valley," but the city's ambitions don't end with optoelectronics.
2013-08-20 Chemical industry makes headway in printed electronics
An IDTechEx report addresses the need for chemical firms entering the electronic product space to identify the most profitable functional compounds and elements needed including allotropes of carbon.
2015-12-02 Carbon-reducing technologies target climate change
There is little doubt that the climate is heating up and that it is due to the production of greens-house gases, which have been steadily increasing since the maturation of the industrial revolution.
2014-10-20 Carbon nanotubes find their way into storage devices
Carbon nanotube technology presents potential applications to a wide spectrum of uses, with memory and storage among them. However, their future, though promising, is relatively open ended at this time.
2014-08-20 Burst-mode camera allows movie shooting at 1 trillion fps
A group of researchers claimed to have developed the world's fastest burst-mode camera that obtains continuous, single-shot, burst-type images without the need for repetitive measurements.
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