Jeffrey Sercel, Founder and CTO of JP Sercel Associates, Inc (JPSA) was selected as a New Hampshire High Technology Council (NHHTC) Entrepreneur of the Year for 2011. Sercel was recognized for the pioneering work of JPSA, which he started in 1994, which has grown into an internationally recognized supplier of laser systems.
Philips Lumileds and Future Electronics have announced the extension of their exclusive worldwide distribution relationship. The new five-year agreement builds on the decade long relationship that has enabled the development of solid-state lighting solutions worldwide.
RF Micro Devices, Inc., today announced that RFMD has surpassed two million units in cumulative shipments of its Multi-Chip Modules (MCMs) supporting 3G base station transceiver (BST) applications for the wireless infrastructure end market.
Cree, Inc. will demonstrate the industry’s first GaN HEMT MMIC high power amplifier (HPA) for satellite communication applications at the 2011 IEEE International Microwave Symposium held June 7-9 in Baltimore. The demonstration product offers dramatic performance improvements over existing commercially-available GaAs MESFET transistors or Traveling Wave Tube-based amplifiers.
The 3D camera by FOTONIC using Osram’s 845nm LD is designed for industrial applications such as gauging fluid levels and grading objects according to size or shape. The light is hardly visible to the human eye, and yet is well within the sensibility range of the camera chip.
Over the last 12 years, Sofradir has optimised the design of the focal plane array (FPA) used in its detectors and is presently offering two versions of packaging, one with an active cooler and one with passive cooling in the satellite.
The name change should provide more focus and a clear framework for the two distinct divisions of the Company. OPEL Solar has its HCPV and solar tracker technologies, and ODIS possesses the GaAs POET technology.
RF Micro Devices, a designer and manufacturer of high-performance RF components and semiconductor components, will showcase its broad portfolio of products and technologies for the wireless and wired broadband markets at the 2011 IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS).
Strategy Analytics’ latest report says that as operators deploy more base stations to handle the data increase, wireless point-to-point radios are becoming a very attractive option to backhaul the data from the edge to the core of the network.