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Tuesday 14th September 2004
Prima Luci wins $2 million for photonic component development, a Japanese team fabricates an efficient quantum dot laser, Syscan thinks LED backlights for LCD displays have great potential, and Bookham changes corporate domicile to the US.
Tuesday 14th September 2004
US start-up Magnolia Optical Technologies believes that the 120 Gb/s optical modules it has developed for the military could also penetrate medical imaging applications.
Friday 10th September 2004
Global Communication Technology Corporation plans to expand HBT and PHEMT production following a $5.6 million financing round.
Friday 10th September 2004
NEC, Toshiba and Matsushita all plan to start manufacturing blue diode lasers next year, according to reports in Japan.
Friday 10th September 2004
The GaAs IC market will be worth $2.9 billion in 2004 according to Strategy Analytics, a whole $1.0 billion less than that predicted by rival forecaster The Information Network.
Thursday 9th September 2004
TriQuint Semiconductor revises guidance downwards, SiGe foundry Jazz Semiconductor wins new custom, and blue LED makers in Taiwan are hurt by falling prices and slack demand.
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Tuesday 7th September 2004
Market research firm Gartner warns that if mobile handset sales exceed 650 million this year, it could have a damaging effect on the market in 2005.
Monday 6th September 2004
California-based HRL Laboratories has made a GaN/AlGaN power amplifier operating at 33 GHz that it says should lead to improved X-band capability.
Monday 6th September 2004
Optical subsystems manufacturer Finisar has reduced its quarterly loss to $22.1 million and launched another transceiver to complement its existing WDM range.
Friday 3rd September 2004
A VCSEL chip is one of the key components in an atomic clock the size of a grain of rice that could bring the technology to portable electronics.
Thursday 2nd September 2004
US start-up Sensor Electronic Technology says it is scaling up production of LEDs emitting at 280 nm.
Wednesday 1st September 2004
Optoelectronic InP chipmaker Denselight Semiconductors says it has made "by far the highest output power" superluminescent LED available today.
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Wednesday 1st September 2004
Computer peripherals specialist Logitech has introduced a laser-based mouse that it says can operate on surfaces where previous optical mouse designs could not.
Tuesday 31st August 2004
A Japanese team may have opened the door to widespread commercial application of SiC devices through a new growth method that reduces substrate defects in the material by three orders of magnitude.
Tuesday 31st August 2004
The GaN-laser-based format is expected to be used in Sony's successor to the hugely successful PlayStation games console.
Friday 27th August 2004
Samsung releases a number of LCD monitors that use LED-backlight technology.
Friday 27th August 2004
The rise of component manufacturing in Asia continues, with ex-Ericsson firm Northlight outsourcing its packaging to Fabrinet, a manufacturing services company in Thailand.
Wednesday 25th August 2004
ASIP subsidiary ThreeFive Photonics has secured funding enabling research, in collaboration with Eindhoven University, in the areas of advanced semiconductor nanostructures and photonic technology.
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Tuesday 24th August 2004
The legal battle between Osram and Dominant continues, with Dominant responding to Osram's accusations of patent infringement with an unfair competition lawsuit counterattack.
Tuesday 24th August 2004
A Japanese team has developed a quantum-dot semiconductor optical amplifier using a InGaAsP/InP material system.
Tuesday 24th August 2004
US Army funding will enable Spire Corporation to investigate non-invasive glucose monitoring using terahertz radiation, a technology with potential benefits for the diabetic's community.
Friday 20th August 2004
Consumer electronics powerhouse Sony has launched a range of televisions that feature LED-based backlights for improved color reproduction.
Wednesday 18th August 2004
IQE reports flat revenue with gross profit moving further into the red, and Cyberlux receives a patent for LED-based emergency lighting.
Tuesday 17th August 2004
A team of six large chip and electronics manufacturers is pushing a new wireless connectivity standard that promises a data rate of over 0.5 Gb/s.

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