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2007-12-20 Intel sells telecom assets to Emcore for $85M
Emcore and Intel have entered a definitive agreement for Emcore to acquire the telecom-related portion of the latter's optical platform division for $85 million.
2004-04-29 In-Stat/MDR sees light in MEMS for optical networks
With the telecom industry apparently emerging from the abyss in which it has resided for the past couple of years, In-Stat/MDR is optimistic with regards to the market for MEMS-based components in optical networks.
2005-08-04 IMEC project seeks to develop nanoscale oscillator for wireless devices
Global nanotechnology research center IMEC is seeking to demonstrate the concept of spin torque in a nanoscale microwave integrated oscillator for wireless integrated devices.
2013-05-14 Identify interference in complex RF environments
One RF recording technique that may prove particularly useful in addressing this problem is gapless capture.
2004-12-15 IBM researchers discover servo control method for optics
IBM Corp. researchers from the company's server division and Thomas J. Watson Research Center have collaborated on an unusual project to bring the advantages of phase-locked loops to wavelength domains.
2010-08-09 Handheld RF/microwave spectrum analyzer enables customization
Agilent's new handheld spectrum analyzer is designed for RF technicians and engineers performing installation, maintenance and surveillance of RF systems in the field.
2012-04-24 Graphene achieves terahertz frequency
IBM demonstrated terahertz graphene photonics that could be useful in future mid- and far-infrared photonic devices including detectors, modulators and 3D metamaterials.
2007-08-01 Fujitsu adds ROADM to net platform
Fujitsu Network Communications is moving add-drop multiplexer (ADM) customers to the optical packet world with its new Flashwave model that combines Sonet, Ethernet and reconfigurable optical ADM.
2008-11-20 Frequency synthesis and planning for PLL architectures
In many applications, it is desired to generate a set of frequencies from a single source frequency. This source could be a temperature controlled crystal oscillator, a clock recovered from data, a recovered signal from GPS, or anything else that generates a fixed frequency.
2006-09-29 Freescale adds more choices to DSC products
Freescale Semiconductor has beefed-up its 16-bit 56F8000 DSC line with the launching of four new members.
2010-04-30 FPGA-based subsystem boards are PCIe-enabled
CebaTech Inc. has launched the CebaFlex series of PCIe-enabled subsystem boards that boost protocol processing performance in data networking and enterprise storage systems by up to 10x.
2006-11-01 Firm takes optical burst switching to market
Matisse recently introduced a dual-node system that puts burst switching to practical use, based on a topology that's meant to compete with Internet Protocol (IP)-over-dense wave-division multiplexing (DWDM).
2007-08-27 Fine tuning process clears way for denser MRAM
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology claims to have invented a process for fine tuning MTJs for future HD heads, and perhaps even to enable denser MRAMs.
2008-04-01 Fiber-optic connector suits harsh environs
ITT Interconnect Solutions' Cannon PHD SuperLC fiber-optic connector features a small form factor and maintains the same high optical performance characteristics of a standard LC product while operating in severe environments.
2006-03-01 Ethernet's inventor sounds off
Bob Metcalfe has seen it all in 40 years on the front lines of technology.
2002-03-18 Essex, Fiberspace to comarket hyper-DWDM, OPLL techs
Essex Corp. and Fiberspace Inc. have signing of a memorandum of understanding to comarket Essex's hyperfine WDM technology and Fiberspace's Gridlocker laser source, based on the company's patented Optical Phase Locked Loop (OPLL) stabilization technology.
2008-05-02 Epcos gains NXP's RF-MEMS unit
Epcos has acquired the RF-MEMS unit of NXP Semiconductors in line with the company's strategy to transform itself from a manufacturer of discrete components to a systems provider.
2008-12-18 Enabling next-generation mobile TV handsets
Designers faced with making ubiquitous mobile TV a reality have a fair number of challenges in front of them, including battery life, reception, range, screen size, and picture quality
2005-07-06 Dutch scientists build nanoscale superconducting transistor
Scientists from the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft, The Netherlands and Philips Research have developed superconducting transistors based on semiconducting nanometer-scale indium arsenide wires, Philips said early this week (July 4).
2006-06-15 Driving away Intel's blues
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, is plagued with problems in its many businesses. We've put together ways how Intel can start chipping away its problems.
2010-05-18 Dimmer switch tailored for quantum computing
NIST has developed a "dimmer switch" for a superconducting circuit linking a quantum bit and a quantum bus.
2002-08-15 Digitally-controlled TCXO provides 11ppm accuracy
Dallas Semiconductor's DS4000 digitally-controlled TCXO offers an oscillator frequency accuracy to within 11ppm over the industrial temperature range.
2011-10-05 Designing single-battery apps
Find out how designs with a single boosted battery can reduce a project's overall cost and size.
2011-08-29 DACs consume 0.1mA per channel
TI's 16, 14 and 12bit DACs consume only 0.1mA per channel to minimize the power required for wireless base stations.
2012-12-07 Curved LCD display key to pixelated contact lens
Imec and the Centre of Microsystems Technology have unveiled a spherical curved LCD display which can be embedded to create a fully pixelated contact lens.
2012-11-23 Curiosity probes Mars with army of sensors
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory beefed up Mars Curiosity with an array of sensors and instruments to optimise its search for signs of microbial life and deliver samples for thorough analysis.
2013-08-13 Controlled electron spin boosts organic solar cells
Researchers discovered a synthetic, high-performance polymer that behaves differently from other tested materials and could make inexpensive, highly efficient organic solar panels a reality.
2015-08-06 CMOS optical transistor boasts speeds up to 4THz
Potentially over a 1000 times faster than silicon transistors, the novel transistors can be fabricated atop CMOS to boost switching time by nearly 5,000-times less than 300fs.
2002-03-14 Cielo moves VCSEL arrays into metro nets
Cielo Communications this week is moving its VCSELs into the metropolitan network with the announcement of parallel arrays.
2002-09-27 Carriers to adopt wave services to avert financial fiasco
Carriers will move to wavelength-managed services as a strategy for sheer survival and emergence from bankruptcy, the author of the G-MPLS standard said.
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