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Thursday 21st November 2013
he EPC9106 Class D audio amplifier reference design uses gallium nitride power transistors to achieve professional quality sound with 96 percent power efficiency
Wednesday 20th November 2013
The EVG PHABLE combines sub-micron resolution of lithography steppers with low cost of ownership and ease of use of proximity aligners for LEDs and other photonic components
Wednesday 20th November 2013
The gallium arsenide device simplifies production and improves performance of direct broadband satellite receiver modules
Wednesday 20th November 2013
Blue superluminescent diodes deliver 200 mW of power
Wednesday 20th November 2013
The system can be used for wafer sizes of 150 mm or 200 mm
Wednesday 20th November 2013
The firm uses Boeing's semiconductor bonding technology which could be be used to power high-power spacecraft and unmanned aerial vehicles
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Tuesday 19th November 2013
This is the first time 1Tb/s of transmission capacity will be deployed on SCinet's network, delivered with the Infinera indium phosphide based DTN-X platform
Tuesday 19th November 2013
The compact module combines three colours and an independent phosphor-coated III-nitride white emitter, into a single LED package and simplifies colour mixing and integration
Tuesday 19th November 2013
Of these options, 42.6 percent were granted to technical staff related to the POET effort and 57.4 percent to the company’s officers not including directors
Tuesday 19th November 2013
The firm has developed a platform based on GaN on GaN technology that provides on-the-fly flexibility. By adding a simple accessory beam spreads, colour temperature, and CCT can be adjusted
Monday 18th November 2013
The firm will use the cash to develop gallium nitride substrates for use in space electronics
Monday 18th November 2013
Lasers made from gallium arsenide nanowires will lead to much faster and lighter computers because light travels faster than electrons, allowing much faster data processing
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Monday 18th November 2013
The cadmium telluride (CdTe) solar cell manufacturerwill partner with Japanese companies to develop, construct, and operate solar power plants, mitigating Japan's dependence on nuclear and natural gas fuel imports
Monday 18th November 2013
First Solar will develop and manufacture the new technology obtained through the acquisition of TetraSun
Sunday 17th November 2013
Off-the-shelf LED room lights can be used for data transmission to achieve rates of up to 800 Mbit/s in laboratory conditions
Sunday 17th November 2013
The Z5-M1 series III-nitride based LEDs have been developed using new chip architecture and phosphor technology and come in an industry standard 3535 package
Friday 15th November 2013
The firm is launching a 10W gallium nitride MMIC Power Amplifier which covers 6 to 18 GHz for industrial applications
Friday 15th November 2013
The new 2W gallium arsenide based power amplifier & analogue VGA cover 27.5 to 31 GHz
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Friday 15th November 2013
Density functional theory indicates that the rigidity of the crystalline host structure is a key factor in the efficiency of phosphors used to create white LEDs. Currently, the best phosphors possess a highly rigid structure
Friday 15th November 2013
The new partnership will further strengthen Laser 2000's customer orientated strategy to supply 'customer specific solutions from a single source'
Friday 15th November 2013
The UK Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills opened the new photonics solutions provider's facility in Torquay, Devon, which is expected to further enhance its growth
Friday 15th November 2013
USC chemists have created a solvent which is able to dissolve a series of nine semiconductors made from combinations of arsenic, antimony, bismuth, sulphur, selenium and tellurium. Applying this solution as a thin film to substrates like glass and silicon and evaporating the solvent leaves a high-quality film of crystalline semiconductor - perfect for use in electronics
Thursday 14th November 2013
New gallium arsenide phosphide (GaAsP) detectors, A1 scanners and 25x objective lenses enhance sensitivity detection and longer wavelength Imaging
Thursday 14th November 2013
The firm is also sampling high power GaAs/AlGaAs based VCSELs for volume applications

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