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2003-12-22 Shin Way switches feature 100 milliohms contact resistance
Shin Way Electronics Co. Ltd has released its PLJ and PLJG series of lever switches that feature ratings of 100mA, 50Vdc (non-switching), and 10mA, 5Vdc (switching). With a contact resistance of 100 milliohms at initial, and 200 milliohms after life test, the switches have operation force of 4020gf on return actuator and 15050gf on center push direction.
2004-01-12 Shin Way DIP switches have copper alloy contacts
Shin Way Electronics Co. Ltd has released its PI and PM series of single pole and single throw (SPST) DIP switches that come with copper alloy contacts, liquid crystal polymer, UL 94V-0 base and cover, nylon actuator, and copper alloy with 90/10 tin-lead plated terminals.
2010-01-18 South Korea boosts drive for greener electronics
With all the industries fighting for product differentiation and the next killer applications, low power consumption and green technology, regardless of industries, are likely to be the continuing motto in 2010.
2011-03-16 Japan quake raises concerns over electronics supply chain
According to analysts, the devastating earthquake that hit Japan, a key source of chips supporting CE devices, could lead to production decrease, phenomenal price swings and large near-term shortages.
2004-10-26 Samsung, CableLabs team on two-way digital cable products
Samsung Electronics has agreed to license the OpenCable Application Platform (OCAP) compliant middleware from CableLabs for its interactive digital TVs and set-top boxes
2005-08-29 Samsung gains CableLabs certification on 2-way DTV
In a major milestone for cable's interactive digital evolution, Samsung Electronics has achieved certification status for an OCAP-enabled interactive digital TV (DTV) set in a recently concluded test wave held at CableLabs
2002-04-22 NEC to transfer TFT-LCD production to China JV
NEC Corp. will transfer its production of amorphous TFT-LCDs to a joint venture in mainland China, having signed a letter of intent with Shanghai General Electronics (Group) Co. Ltd to establish a production venture in Shanghai by the end of this year
2003-03-14 Taking a different road to the same destination
Professor Shin Dong-Wook of Hanyang University changed his career to teaching so that he can do more creative research into optical communication
2008-06-04 Telecom partnership embarks on new chapter
A CDMA-TD-SCDMA video call marked the telecom partnership between South Korea and China.
2009-10-27 Bright future awaits LED market
Experts at the LED 2009 Conference in painted a bright picture for LEDs as a growth market, but stressed technical challenges in reliability and efficiency.
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