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Tuesday 19th July 2011
RFMD is offering foundry customers the gallium arsenide based processes which are suited to wireless applications.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The firm’s latest amplifier is designed for 3G, 4G and LTE base stations.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The MPAR system developed by both organisations has won an R&D 100 award and consolidates eight separate radar systems that currently perform four unique missions.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
This means that AWR’s customers have timely access to Mitsubishi Electric’s nonlinear gallium arsenide and gallium nitride based RF models.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The firm has filed infringement lawsuits against Osram to eight LED patents related to use in a wide range of products including lighting, automobiles, projectors, cell phone screens, and televisions.
Tuesday 19th July 2011
The manufacturer of defect inspection, process control metrology, and data analysis systems and software used by compound semiconductor device manufacturers is offering convertible senior notes due 2016.
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Tuesday 19th July 2011
The company says its VARI*LITE VLX CBM-380 wash luminaires deliver performance, reliability and reduced maintenance.
Monday 18th July 2011
The Californian pioneer of semi-polar and non-polar light emitters drives green and blue laser performance to new levels
Friday 15th July 2011
Gallium nitride is overtaking silicon carbide for use in power semiconductors (which use PMICs), as it enhances power density, breakdown voltage, switching frequency, resistance and system efficiency.
Friday 15th July 2011
The electronic industry award recognises best-in-class manufacturers from design collaboration to distribution. The firm’s products include next generation products based on gallium nitride technology.
Friday 15th July 2011
The state provides an ideal location for solar companies such as CdTe panel makers First Solar and WK Solar. Last week, Isofoton, the Spanish III-V high concentration PV manufacturer announced it has chosen Napoleon, Ohio, as the new home for its North American CPV manufacturing facility.
Friday 15th July 2011
The firm has been recognised for its silicon carbide products used in grid-connected solar and wind energy applications.
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Friday 15th July 2011
University of Manchester scientist made a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering for his work on MBE and compound semiconductors.
Friday 15th July 2011
With the Advanced Light Source (ALS), Berkeley Lab scientists have explored the electronic structure of graphene grown on a silicon carbide substrate, in regions never before tested by experiment.
Thursday 14th July 2011
Following the lead of Bridgelux, the Korean LED maker Samsung is developing a process to produce LEDs on 200 mm silicon.
Thursday 14th July 2011
The firm is introducing advanced systems for LED micromachining, wafer scribing and testing, which are all designed to deliver the lowest cost of ownership.
Thursday 14th July 2011
Sales have been driven by the optoelectronics market and gallium arsenide products for wireless devices and gallium nitride for the radar and wireless infrastructure markets.
Thursday 14th July 2011
The firm is defending its proprietary sapphire technology which it says is superior to that of GT Solar.
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Thursday 14th July 2011
Inserting a thin AlGaN layer between the InGaN quantum well and the gallium nitride barrier delivers a tremendous hike in the output power of green LEDs.
Thursday 14th July 2011
Vaunix has expanded its Lab Brick LMS series of USB-compatible synthesised signal generators with two new models which can test the 8 GHz to 20 GHz X-band. They have low phase noise, fast 100 microsecond switching time, and 100 Hz frequency resolution.
Thursday 14th July 2011
Translucent is describing its novel mirrored “Si” process used to produce gallium nitride-on-silicon wafer templates in a special session at ICNS-9 in Glasgow, Scotland on 15 July 2011.
Wednesday 13th July 2011
InfiniLEDs micro LED technology is said to extend battery life by up five times relative to the current state-of-the-art for any device with an LCD display.
Wednesday 13th July 2011
A novel technique known as LED-FM can diagnose tuberculosis more quickly and efficiently than current methods.
Wednesday 13th July 2011
Refinements to the epitaxial structure of green laser diodes have led to an increase in output power and longer lifetimes.

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