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Monday 26th September 2011
Uncontrolled evaporation of silicon can produce poor quality material useless to designers of electronic devices grown on silicon carbide.
Monday 26th September 2011
At less than$3000 Keithley’s new low voltage testing instrument is claimed to be the industry's lowest-cost SMU instrument in a 1A/20V range.
Friday 23rd September 2011
The reduction in expected revenue and profitability for the third quarter is primarily the result of reduced demand from the company’s largest customer and the Chinese market and the weakness in the communications infrastructure market.
Friday 23rd September 2011
SK's technical and engineering expertise will provide HelioVolt with manufacturing and supply chain access in the solar market.
Friday 23rd September 2011
The workshop at Minatec, Grenoble, France on 18th October 2011 will include lectures on recent progress in gallium nitride power rectifiers, indium phosphide and gallium arsenide etching and III-V etching for nanowire applications
Friday 23rd September 2011
Scientists have shown an amazing degree of control over a fundamental aspect of an electronic circuit by showing how electrons move from one place to another.
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Thursday 22nd September 2011
The firm has expanded its terrestrial CPV solar cell production capacity with an Aixtron reactor.
Thursday 22nd September 2011
The MPS50SL is vacuum prepped to 10-6 torr for applications in compound semiconductor manufacturing and inspection, optics fabrication and also suitable for use in the military and aerospace markets.
Thursday 22nd September 2011
Designed to be used with Agilent’s ADS 2011 software the silicon germanium IHP PDKs enable RF designers to design MMICs such as LNAs, mixers and power amplifiers.
Thursday 22nd September 2011
The firm has received independent accreditation which will enhance its ability to create quality products and also independently test these products, improving time to market and product reliability.
Thursday 22nd September 2011
The highly integrated LNB downconverters, designed for satellite TV receivers, improve system performance, extend product lifetime and reduce manufacturing costs.
Thursday 22nd September 2011
Cadmium telluride solar panel manufacturer First Solar is in advanced talks on the sale and financing of the project.
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Thursday 22nd September 2011
NASA funding will help researchers to fabricate and test compound semiconductor photovoltaic devices that are capable of possessing a solar energy conversion efficiency of over 40 percent.
Wednesday 21st September 2011
The company’s air and missile defence radar modules incorporating gallium nitride are fully scalable, enabling radars to be sized according to the mission.
Wednesday 21st September 2011
Infinera will use the new reactor to manufacture indium phosphide based photonic integrated circuits for the telecoms sector.
Wednesday 21st September 2011
The firm’s CR and LR troffers have passed tests by the utility-led organisation, the DLC.
Wednesday 21st September 2011
Quantum dots can be tightly packed and more efficient according to recent findings on PbS solar cells.
Tuesday 20th September 2011
The collaboration is initially targeting its 8” germanium substrates at the III-V market.
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Monday 19th September 2011
The electronics distributor will make it faster to bring Optogan’s innovative products to market in Europe.
Monday 19th September 2011
Researchers and manufacturers can now incorporate tetrapod cadmium selenide quantum dots into new state-of-the-art electronics products that require industrial scale amounts of material.
Friday 16th September 2011
The NH Series tower has configurable LED stack colours and alarms to quickly notify the administrator of network abnormalities.
Friday 16th September 2011
The supplier of crystalline aluminium nitride and gallium nitride templates is now providing its customers with added flexibility in terms of epilayer designs and device topologies.
Friday 16th September 2011
The indium phosphide based DTN-X platform addresses global service provider demands for scalable, simple and efficient next-generation optical networks.
Friday 16th September 2011
The global supplier of high concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) solar panels based on multi-junction gallium arsenide based technology has secured assistance in identifying and evaluating strategic options for value optimisation.

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