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2009-12-15 Silicon tuner supports all TV standards
Silicon tuners are poised to replace traditional MoPLL based CAN tuners in all applications, and NXP's new tuner fits in all TVs.
2012-12-27 Significance of flash memory to the smart home
Understand why flash memory is becoming more critical to the connected home and smart energy sectors.
2000-11-01 Signal leakage mires conversions
This article reviews superheterodyne tuning techniques and offers pointers for more streamlined implementations.
2003-04-10 Sheng Ye capacitors fit microwave ovens
The CBB85 series of capacitors from Sheng Ye Electrical Co. Ltd is available with capacitance values ranging from 0.3?F to 4?F.
2007-10-01 Sensor nets monitor safety-critical structures 24/7
Structural health monitoring a sensor-based preemptive approach that could supplement the current system of visual inspections and follow-on tests of bridges, buildings, aircraft and other safety-critical structures.
2010-11-18 Semiconductor equipment industry flounders
The semiconductor equipment industry has been experiencing tough times since 2007 and is in a difficult position to face today's challenging economic conditions.
2015-07-21 Semicon West highlights 10 chip trends
During the recent Semicon West, executives from a number of chip companies discussed the ongoing developments on semiconductors technology.
2012-04-23 Semicon derivative of graphene revealed
Researchers at UWM produced a derivative with oxygen atoms included within the hexagonal carbon-ring structure that characterizes graphene, which they are calling graphene monoxide.
2009-10-27 Sematech installs tools in 450mm prototype fab
International Sematech has moved into the "test wafer generation" stage and installed the first tools in its 450mm prototype clean room, including metrology and wet-clean systems.
2012-02-23 Scientists create precise single-atom transistors
The microscopic device has tiny visible markers etched onto its surface, making it possible for the researchers to connect metal contacts and apply a voltage.
2002-10-24 Schaffner chokes protect servo drives
The RWK 305 series of chokes from Schaffner EMV features a voltage drop of 0.8 percent to reduce the dv/dt stress caused by servo drives.
2016-05-05 Scanning electron microscope offers resolution down to 1nm
The Apreo SEM from FEI is capable of resolution down to 1nm at 1kV without the need for beam deceleration, providing high performance on nearly any sample, even if it is tilted or topographic.
2002-05-08 Sanmina-SCI yields HDI PCBs at Costa Mesa plant
EMS provider Sanmina-SCI Corp. is producing high density interconnect (HDI) multilayer PCBs at its HDI manufacturing and research center in Costa Mesa, California.
2014-08-20 Samsung intensifies move to connect the home
The SmartThings acquisition estimated to be around $200 million enables Samsung to link two of its previously separate core businesses, consumer electronics and domestic appliances.
2014-03-11 Sample handling robot raises ALD systems' productivity
Picosun taps industrial robotics to improve the processing times of ALDs in high volume manufacturing applications.
2012-07-24 Roll-to-roll processing for small molecule flexible OLED devices
Read about a roll-to-roll line designed to carry out research and develop flexible OLED lighting modules.
2008-04-11 Robots to take over 3.5M jobs in Japan by '25
A study from the Machine Industry Memorial Foundation stated that robots could fill the jobs of 3.5 million people in Japan by 2025, helping to avert worker shortages as the country's population shrinks.
2014-06-23 Robots actuate industrial automation
Technology and artificial intelligence have entrenched on the industrial territory, where automation is no longer an option but a need, recording 179,000 robots sold worldwide in 2013.
2007-02-01 Robotics Studio expected to spawn various apps
Microsoft Corp. rolled out a commercial version of its Robotics Studio application development environment, hoping it will be a catalyst for activity in robotics.
2002-10-04 Richardson to distribute Lightel connector cleaners
Lightel Technologies has signed Richardson Electronics Ltd to distribute their ultrasonic SCC-3100 connector cleaner worldwide.
2013-07-17 RF market to benefit from defence sector apps
Strategy Analytics said the market for RF technologies will remain strong as the focus shifts towards enhancing capabilities in areas such as radar, satellite communications and electronic warfare.
2010-11-08 ResMed collaborates with ST to address sleep apnea
ResMed has designed-in STMicroelectronics' STM32 32bit microcontroller into a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device that addresses sleep apnea.
2009-06-30 Researchers tout key to future electronics
Researchers say that phase transitions to implement memory and computing is the real fundamental distinction of future information technologies.
2002-05-22 Researchers seek 'green' chip-fabrication techniques
A research team at the University of Arizona is working to develop environmentally friendly chip-fabrication chemistries that consume fewer resources and produce fewer hazardous byproducts than conventional techniques.
2002-06-10 Researchers run molecular machines on light
In a breakthrough suggesting that a new field of nanotechnology based on optical fields might emerge, researchers at the Ludwig-Maximilians Universit?t have demonstrated the feasibility of operating molecular machines with light.
2014-01-06 Researchers develop energy efficient thin-film heating tool
A team from Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials created a tempering technique that, depending on the product, is up to 90 percent more energy efficient than other known techniques.
2011-12-21 Research reveals silent nanomechanical RF amp
Researchers from Aalto University have achieved a noiseless oscillator performance by cooling it down to -273C.
2013-05-31 Research reveals SiC film epitaxial growth on 300mm silicon
The Queensland Micro and Nanotechnology Facility of Griffith University and SPTS said the finding is the result of over 10 years research at QMF on low temperature SiC deposition on silicon.
2013-05-29 Removing field failures at wafer level (Part 1)
Here's a look at Sonoscan's new automated wafer inspection system and its advantages.
2006-07-17 Re-engineering the obsolete semiconductor
What are the key considerations when looking for a partner to produce obsolete parts for your mission-critical application? John O'Boyle discusses the do's and don'ts that can help make the right moves in re-engineering the obsolete semiconductor.
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