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Tuesday 30th November 2004
One potential application for MOCVD is the deposition of InGaZnO as the active layer for thin-film transparent transistors, according to a Japanese research team.
Tuesday 30th November 2004
Suffering in a "brutal" market, TriQuint decides to exit the pluggable optical module business to concentrate on InP chips and sub-assemblies instead.
Tuesday 30th November 2004
Lighting giant Osram agrees a licensing deal with Harvatek while issuing a legal threat to other Taiwanese companies.
Monday 29th November 2004
Four Hollywood studios have committed to support the Toshiba-led high-definition DVD format for next-generation optical storage.
Monday 29th November 2004
A US research team has developed a transistor laser, a device with a potential modulation speed of over 100 GHz.
Monday 29th November 2004
Bookham's research team in Zurich wins an award, Nichia's lawyers claim more success, and GaAs-based triple-junction solar cells enjoy a lunar encounter.
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Tuesday 23rd November 2004
A team at the State Key Laboratory in China has fabricated a 1330 nm GaAs-based quantum dot laser that's capable of continuous-wave operation at room temperature.
Monday 22nd November 2004
AlN substrate manufacturer Crystal IS enters into a licensing agreement with Cree and ATMI names Doug Neugold as CEO.
Friday 19th November 2004
A new publication, LEDs Magazine, provides in-depth coverage of LED applications and technical developments.
Thursday 18th November 2004
A Japanese partnership between Nichia and Sony has developed a simplified laser coupler compatible with DVD and Blu-ray formats.
Wednesday 17th November 2004
After a strong third quarter, iSuppli raises its global cell phone handset shipment forecast to 675 million, but expects flat growth for the remainder of the year.
Wednesday 17th November 2004
Laser manufacturer K2 Optronics attracts more funding, nLight produces a high-power diode laser bar and UCSB's Art Gossard wins the North American MBE award for 2004.
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Tuesday 16th November 2004
Having announced its intention to further reduce its manufacturing "footprint" last month, JDS Uniphase consolidates transceiver assembly with the sale of two facilities to contract manufacturer Fabrinet.
Tuesday 16th November 2004
RF chip and subsystem supplier Skyworks Solutions penetrates low-end applications destined for rural China while ramping up PA module manufacture for 3G handsets.
Monday 15th November 2004
Researchers working under the Japanese Femtosecond Technology Research Association have developed an optical switch capable of processing one terabit of data per second.
Monday 15th November 2004
Albany NanoTech in New York will provide the headquarters for research into probing techniques that measure strained-silicon transistor performance.
Friday 12th November 2004
Japanese consumer electronics giant Sharp enters the next-generation DVD battle with a combined Blu-ray Disc and hard drive recorder.
Friday 12th November 2004
Epiworks boosts HBT production, Sharp makes its SiGe debut, Sirenza gains a broadband-related patent and Xindium appoints a new vice president of engineering.
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Thursday 11th November 2004
Wisconsin-based laser manufacturer Alfalight edges nearer DARPA's stiff target with a 50 W laser bar operating at up to 73% power conversion efficiency.
Tuesday 9th November 2004
Osram's latest LEDs and laser diodes cover a wide variety of applications, including automobile lighting, reading lights and industrial signage.
Monday 8th November 2004
A pioneer of the outsourcing model, epiwafer provider IQE has agreed a two-year deal that could be worth up to $25 million with a US RF component manufacturer.
Monday 8th November 2004
With handset vendors touting 3G phones for this year's holiday season, two US-based manufacturers seek to exploit the emerging market with new power amplifier modules.
Thursday 4th November 2004
Echoing action taken by rival equipment manufacturer Veeco, Aixtron has cut guidance due to falling orders.
Wednesday 3rd November 2004
With the key fiber-optic component suppliers still in the doldrums, a report suggesting that NTT is planning a $47 billion upgrade to its optical network could help revive the sector.

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