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2005-11-29 New LED chips from SDK
Showa Denko K.K. launched gallium-nitride-based near ultraviolet and green LED chips for use in general white lighting and backlighting of large LCD screens.
2002-11-05 BivarOpto UV LED lasts 20,000h
The UV-400-TO92 series of UV LED is rated for over 20,000h of continuous operation at 30mA
2003-05-20 BivarOpto announces ultraviolet LED product groups
BivarOpto has introduced a line of ultraviolet LED devices for applications requiring narrower bandwidth performance.
2002-11-28 Bivar UV LED lasts 20,000h
BivarOpto has introduced an extended-life UV LED that provides a radiant flux of 12mW per chip at a typical wavelength of 400nm
2002-02-28 Bivar UV LED boasts 500mcd luminous intensity
The UV LED series devices are claimed to be industry's first LEDs to offer a luminous intensity of 500mcd at 20mA and a stable wavelength of 400nm (typ
2013-09-11 UV LED to spawn portable, low-cost devices
Researchers at the Ohio State University developed innovative LEDs that could lend itself to applications for chemical detection, disinfection and UV curing.
2013-03-14 UV LED market primed for huge 2012-2017
According to Yole Developpement, for the period from 2012 to 2017, the market volume will grow at an average rate of 43 per cent per year, with the main market drivers being curing applications.
2014-12-08 UV LED market boom seen in 2014
The UV LED market is on its way up as it is expected to reach $122 million in 2014. UV LED product specs are classified into UV-A, UV-B and UV-C wavelengths
2011-06-22 Taiwan 2012 LED revenues to surge to $6.8B
Taiwan's LED industry revenues are likely to surge by 32 percent next year to reach $6.8 billion from this year's projected $5.2 billion revenues
2008-05-29 Sony, Sanyo, Exceed, Lucky Light settle LED suit
Four consumer electronics companies including Sony Corp. and Sanyo Electric Co Ltd, Exceed Perseverance Electronic Ind. Co Ltd and Lucky Light Electronics Co Ltd, have agreed to license patents owned by a Columbia University Professor Emerita that cover basic semiconductor technology used in Blu-ray video players as well as mobile phones, digital cameras and other devices.
2004-10-29 SDK blue LED features flip chip structure
Showa Denko K.K. announced that it has developed a blue LED based on gallium nitride
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
2004-10-12 Energy-saving LED bulb cuts light costs 80 percent
Lighting Science introduced an environmentally friendly LED bulb that reportedly slashes light costs by 80 percent
2002-02-13 Cree LED boasts 10 times more brightness
The XBright 900 Power Chip LED offers 10 times more brightness compared to previous products and is targeted for applications such as white LEDs, automotive lighting, crosswalk signaling, backlighting and general lighting
2007-11-21 White LEDs outshine light bulbs
An international team of researchers demonstrated the first white LEDs to achieve a high CRI that could pave way to the adoption of white LEDs to replace incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes.
2009-02-20 UV LEDs target medical, industrial apps
TT electronics Optek Technology has released the OUE8A Series of UV LEDs in the UV-A spectrum offered in a variety of wavelengths and housed in hermetic TO-46 metal can packages.
2005-11-10 SDK rolls GaN-based LEDs
Showa Denko K.K.'s nnounced its proprietary gallium-nitride-based near ultraviolet and green LED chips
2003-12-04 Sandia: Output/wavelength firsts for deep-UV LEDs
Sandia National Laboratories is reporting new levels of wavelength/power output for deep-ultraviolet LEDs, which are critical to future comms apps
2003-05-14 BivarOpto UV LEDs produce 12mW radiant flux
BivarOpto has released a line of UV LED devices that features a typical radiant flux of 12mW per chip
2006-08-28 Wedge-based LEDs offer cost benefits over incandescent lamps
Available in 12V and 24V versions, the new wedge-based LEDs from JKL Components are offered in T 1-3/4 and T-3-3/4 sizes.
2006-04-26 UV sensor shrinks size, maintains performance
EMX Industries said its remote ultraviolet luminescence sensor is 87 percent smaller than previous models but still maintains long range, high resolution and ease of use
2010-06-28 Stanford top engineer weighs in on CMOS outlook
EE Times recently sat down with James Plummer, dean of Stanford's school of engineering, for a wide ranging interview on the outlook for CMOS, engineering, education and globalization.
2008-04-24 Seoul Semi, Everlight settle patent suit with Columbia U prof
Seoul Semiconductor and Everlight Electronics have signed settlement agreements in a patent case brought before the U.S. ITC by Gertrude Neumark Rothschild, a professor emerita at Columbia University.
2006-07-06 Research team achieves UV-accelerated oxide growth
University College London has succeeded in oxidizing silicon using ultraviolet light rather than a high-temperature furnace
2010-04-07 Quest for the right road to lithography
The industry has long known that without a viable NGL solutionwhich most assumed would be EUVMoore's Law scaling would slow and the secular growth rate of the IC industry would decline.
2006-10-06 Oval LEDs target outdoor ESS market
Avago Technologies has announced three new series of high-brightness full color LEDs for the outdoor electronic signs and signals market.
2016-01-21 Optical sensors boost gesture recognition, UV protection
The Si1133/53 devices from Silicon Labs aim to provide precise measurement of ultraviolet radiation and better daylight performance for enhanced proximity sensing
2002-10-03 Nanosys licenses breakthrough laser technology
Nanosys Inc. has signed an agreement with The Regents of the University of California for the exclusive license of semiconductor nanowire-based nanolasers developed by the university's research team.
2010-03-03 Nanoimprint still awaits takeoff in HDDs
While nanoimprint has not cracked mainstream production in semiconductor fabs, as some had hoped at one time, the technology has been delayed in perhaps its biggest potential market: HDDs.
2005-11-17 LEDs suit outdoor signs, signals
Agilent Technologies introduced what it touts as the industry's brightest 5mm LEDs for outdoor electronic sign and signal applications.
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