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Tuesday 10th August 2010
The Remote Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition (RPCVD) system uses low temperatures to grow GaN and InGaN on glass substrates for LED production.
Tuesday 10th August 2010
The two firms will work together to create a new generation of cost effective, higher-efficiency products in the fields of solar, LED, memory, semiconductor, and display.
Monday 9th August 2010
The new uITLA project will propose changes to the assembly electrical interfaces, optical specifications, and mechanical specifications of tuneable lasers.
Monday 9th August 2010
The project is a collaboration between academia and industry and is focused on developing thin film solar cells that will lead to higher conversion efficiency at reduced manufacturing cost.
Monday 9th August 2010
The solar cell modules will be used for residential applications and are being marketed alongside a new power conditioner with a rated output of 5.5kW.
Monday 9th August 2010
The researchers created an artificial optical structure on the facet of the laser, generating highly collimated rays, leading to efficient collection and high power density without the need for lenses.
Monday 9th August 2010
The BIANCHO project (BIsmide And Nitride Components for High temperature Operation), is a €2.190 million funded three year R & D initiative focused on decreasing power consumption of telecommunications and data networks.
Monday 9th August 2010
The new NIST/ University of Colorado system can detect contaminants such as water vapor in arsine gas which can add oxygen, which degrades a semiconductor’s electrical and optical properties.
Thursday 5th August 2010
Strategy Analytics’ latest report says that Skyworks held its number one position, led by success in GSM / GPRS / EDGE, while RFMD remained the leading supplier of W-CDMA PAs.
Thursday 5th August 2010
The research will focus on deepening knowledge of the basic properties of materials used to construct lasers and infrared photodetectors, in particular antimonide-based compound semiconductors.
Thursday 5th August 2010
CIGS will emerge as the major technology by 2020 according to Research and Markets.
Wednesday 4th August 2010
IBIS Associates says that portions of the global PV market utilizing multi-crystalline silicon solar cells could achieve savings of over $646 million by replacing only 500 megawatts with XsunX CIGS by 2015.
Tuesday 3rd August 2010
The researchers found that by coating a piece of semiconducting material with a thin layer of the metal cesium, it made the material able to use both light and heat to generate electricity .
Tuesday 3rd August 2010
Intel demonstrated its transmitter chip comprised of four distributed Bragg reflector lasers integrated directly into silicon waveguides using novel wafer-bonding concepts pioneered at UCSB.
Monday 2nd August 2010
The Joint Venture will focus on producing thin-film solar cells in Italy’s largest photovoltaic panel plant and expanding independent photovoltaic power generation businesses in the Europe, Middle East and African regions.
Monday 2nd August 2010
Nagoya University researchers have created an ultrabright source of spin-polarized electrons using a GaAs/GaAsP cathode to observe the growth of magnetic materials.
Monday 2nd August 2010
The Joint Venture is aimed at manufacturing concentrator photovoltaic products for terrestrial solar power applications.
Monday 2nd August 2010
The firm’s flexible PV laminate modules have successfully passed IEC 61646 tests, and Ascent says once formally certified, it will be the first to achieve such certification, allowing entry into the largest markets.
Sunday 1st August 2010
GT Solar will gain entry into the fast growing sapphire market with Crystal Systems who are experts in manufacturing large area sapphire substrates used in the LED, defense, medical and aerospace industries.
Sunday 1st August 2010
The scientists claim the nanowires maintained a pure and defect-free crystal structure while controlling diameter and placement, making the technology a candidate for mass production.
Sunday 1st August 2010
The project includes the design, development, fabrication, test and shipment of a prototype solid state electrical distribution unit under a USAF Contract.
Sunday 1st August 2010
The firm’s subsidiary, Photo Solar, will install the solar systems onto 18 roof tops of Southern California Edison (SCE) customers.
Thursday 29th July 2010
Oxford Instruments’ process engineers will have use of its 10 systems and selected other equipment installed at the Southampton Nanofabrication Centre (SNC).
Thursday 29th July 2010
Strategy Analytics report that 60 million units have been shipped in Q2 2010 alone.