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2014-10-27 New compounds for cheaper, tunable OLEDs
The organic compounds have tunable electronic and physical characteristics in which small changes in the original structure would make it possible to tune the photophysical properties of the final compound.
2002-08-08 Nanotubes seen emitting near-IR light
A team of Rice University chemists has discovered that carbon nanotubes emit near-IR light after absorbing light at visible or ultraviolet wavelengths.
2010-03-04 Mobile IC vendors prep LTE product roadmaps
LTE is shaping to be an evolutionary communications platform and become the dominant 4G technology but its deployment will be gradual and protracted.
2006-05-01 Microtune samples 3-in-1 tuner chip
This silicon TV tuner, reportedly the industry's first, can reliably receive traditional over-air analog TV, over-air DTV and cable TV signals.
2012-01-19 Microsoft's final keynote talks next-gen computing, smartphones
The company is set to emerge fully from behind the WinTel duopoly and compete toe to toe in the smartphone, entertainment and mobile computing arenas.
2002-03-16 Meeting MPEG-4 advanced audio coding requirements
This technical news article describes how with adaptive computing, system engineers can implement the hardware required to boost MPEG-4 coding requirements over a DSP.
2002-08-27 Maxim DAC claims best dynamic performance
The MAX5195 14-bit 260MSa/s DAC from Maxim Integrated Products is claimed to offer the world's best dynamic performance.
2015-08-13 LTE carrier aggregation gains ground in Asia
The spectrum available is often a patchwork of several different bands. To deliver on the high-bandwidth demand, Asia's operators are stitching bands together through carrier aggregation.
2013-03-11 Lime creates open-source RF hardware project
Lime Microsystems wants to create an "Arduino for the RF sector; a board that's low cost, powerful, and easy to use," says CEO Ebrahim Bushehri.
2004-02-26 JDS Uniphase tips integrated modulator
JDS Uniphase will show its first prototypes of a tunable-laser modulator at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference & Exposition.
2006-02-27 ITU approves UWB standard
The International Telecommunications Union's Study Group 1 has approved a series of draft recommendations from an October spectrum-management meeting that gives UWB radio the status of a Global Regulatory Standard.
2005-02-14 iPAQ-hosted handheld works as RF spectrum analyzer
BVS' latest BumbleBee product continues the nomadic RF test trend, once again leveraging the power of a PDA, this time running the Pocket PC 2003 OS.
2007-09-24 Internet overload? No, go beyond P2P
Chicken Little's warning that "the sky is falling" has taken on a modern tone: the Internet will collapse under the burden of viewers watching so much video online.
2014-12-12 Innovative LED system optimises algae growth
Researchers from the Technische Universitat Munchen, together with FUTURELED, developed a technique for simulating all kinds of light situations that could help eliminate the problem of starvation.
2008-03-26 India wireless subscriber base nips at China's heels
With increasing subscriber rate of more than 8 million monthly, India's wireless subscriber base is set to become the second largest in the world, after China's, by mid-April.
2011-09-12 Illumitex research deal targets LED horticulture apps
Illumitex and Syngenta are working together to improve live plant production, as well as assist Illumitex with continued LED technology research and development.
2011-11-11 Graphene beats ITO in UV LED current spreading
Researchers from South Korea and U.S. said graphene-based transparent contact to a GaN-based UV LED shows superior transmission in UV.
2006-03-01 Gigabit rates represent future of wireless
Comms technology requirements point toward the need for gigabit speeds and longer-range connectivity.
2012-10-04 Generate loud, rich sound from micro speakers
Know the challenges that hinder improvements in audio performance, and how to overcome them.
2009-02-04 Frequency domain tutorial: Understanding spectral components (Part II)
The second part of a two-part series, this articles focuses on describing a quadrature signal, having a real and an imaginary part, that is a function time.
2009-01-21 Frequency domain tutorial: Understanding spectral components (Part I)
Here's what you need to know about the mathematics and notation of FFTs and the discrete frequency domain. This is article is the first part of a two-part series and discusses the ambiguities of discrete signals.
2006-08-16 For carriers, IPTV poses new challenges
The flexibility of IP delivery will make traditional RF broadcasting a thing of the past. But even as operators tackle the technical challenges that IPTV presents, they are entering a whole new world of content choices.
2013-10-03 Fibre-optic sensors help safeguard HK-mainland China railways
A string of fibre-optic sensors tested along railway lines in Hong Kong warns train operators immediately of mechanical defects or anomalies so that they can avoid derailments or other accidents.
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.
2015-02-06 Examining Tektronix RSA306 signal analyser
Read about the trade-offs needed to produce a spectrum analyser in a small form factor while retaining much of the performance and usability of much larger instruments
2006-03-17 Epson, Novalux to develop light sources for next-gen projection TVs
Seiko Epson and Novalux announced the conclusion of a joint development agreement in pursuit of commercially viable laser light source modules based on Novalux' NECSEL technology.
2014-11-24 E-ready: Thailand's ICT development index improves
In terms of its ICT infrastructure, use and skills, Thailand's performance ranked third within the ASEAN region, next to Singapore and Malaysia.
2003-07-15 Design house forays into short-range wireless
Eazix Inc., the design arm of Integrated Microelectronics Inc. (IMI), is introducing its first line of products for the wireless market.
2013-02-15 Deconstructed nanosensors offer new design approach
Researchers found that metal nanostructures can act as tiny antennae to control light since they can focus and guide light on the smallest of scales, surmounting design practicality and reliability issues.
2012-06-08 Dealing with drooping DAC and ADC responses
Learn about the troublesome problem of unexpected droop when working on your DAC and ADC responses.
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