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Tuesday 11th October 2011
The epitaxially grown aluminium indium nitride technology will allow the firm to further develop next generation high power, very high-frequency RF components.
Tuesday 11th October 2011
Imec’s silicon germanium integrated CMOS circuit showed no significant deterioration after MEMS processing.
Tuesday 11th October 2011
The new wideband gallium nitride HEMT delivers 18-W in defence / commercial applications to 6 GHz and can reduce costs through high efficiency, output and power gain.
Tuesday 11th October 2011
The firm says the results of this project can be extended to all the wavelengths in the aluminium indium gallium phosphide (AlInGaP) range to boost efficiency.
Tuesday 11th October 2011
The Chinese firm will use one of the two reactors to produce 4” arsenide and phosphide based LED materials and the other to produce 4” silicon carbide based epiwafers.
Monday 10th October 2011
Sparton says it has the capacity to be the 7th largest primary producer of
Monday 10th October 2011
The silicon germanium devices open new avenues in wireless communications and imaging.
Monday 10th October 2011
The earth observation military satellite contract increases Sofradir’s achievements in supplying state-of-the-art IR detectors based on mercury cadmium telluride technology, for space applications.
Friday 7th October 2011
The firm says it has recently received a lot of interest from South Korean companies regarding its CIGS products.
Friday 7th October 2011
The firm has strengthened its compound semiconductor materials business to cope with demand for high frequency devices which use gallium arsenide and gallium nitride epiwafers.
Friday 7th October 2011
The firm is looking to increase its market share in LED based technologies and light management systems.
Friday 7th October 2011
Designed for use in solar micro inverters, the silicon carbide based TO-252 D-Pak devices are now available in 2A, 5A, 8A & 10A ratings.
Wednesday 5th October 2011
Using a non-vacuum printed process, the firm says it has raised the bar for efficiency and cost savings.
Tuesday 4th October 2011
In addition to metalorganic CVD precursors, the new business will supply photoresists, related ancillaries for lithographic processing, and pads and slurries for CMP – all of which are used in the manufacture of LEDs.
Tuesday 4th October 2011
The new entity extends RFMD's gallium nitride and arsenide expertise into high-growth non-RF markets.
Tuesday 4th October 2011
Mitsubishi Electric is launching SiC power modules which should enable more compact, energy-efficient and quieter railcar systems.
Tuesday 4th October 2011
WIN is confident that VIPER RF will be able to give its customers a high level of design support and help them to achieve the best from using the WIN gallium arsenide process
Friday 30th September 2011
Osram OSTAR’s Compact 2x2 LED chip based on gallium nitride technology is setting new standards in brightness for the projection market.
Friday 30th September 2011
The MBE reactor will be used for growing gallium nitride based optoelectronic materials.
Thursday 29th September 2011
The provider of turn-key RF reliability testing systems is making available its resources for groundbreaking research in the area of compound semiconductor RF physics, reliability prediction, and test method improvement.
Wednesday 28th September 2011
ORS, a former competitor of LayTec, entered liquidation in August 2011 after an extended period of difficult trading conditions.
Wednesday 28th September 2011
Leveraging the company’s proprietary 0.25 µm gallium arsenide enhancement-mode pHEMT process, the ALM-81224 VGA is a compact, low-power solution which simplifies design time.
Wednesday 28th September 2011
The firm’s says its new complete testing service will help lighting OEMs speed up time-to-market and overcome common design challenges.
Wednesday 28th September 2011
With the SiGe Semiconductor acquisition the firm believes Skyworks' modules are enabling more than one-third of the world's wireless radios, significantly more than any other single company.