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Tuesday 3rd December 2002
A number of papers describing record performance of AlGaN/GaN HEMTs will be reported at next week's IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM).
Monday 2nd December 2002
ITRI and TU-Berlin collaborate on QD laser development, Modulight gains a Japanese distributor, a new CEO joins DenseLight, Osram holds large patent portfolio and SiRF and Motorola develop GPS chipsets using SiGe:C.
Monday 2nd December 2002
Sumitomo Electric and Procomp have formed a joint venture to produce ZnSe white LEDs.
Wednesday 27th November 2002
TriQuint forecasts increased revenue and losses in the first quarter of 2003 following the Agere acquisition, while Bede has reported encouraging results.
Tuesday 26th November 2002
According to Gartner Dataquest, 104.3 million mobile handsets were shipped in the third quarter of 2002.
Tuesday 26th November 2002
Researchers at NTT have used InAlAs/InGaAs/InP HEMT-based ICs to demonstrate 100 Gbit/s multiplexing and demultiplexing functionality.
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Monday 25th November 2002
New measurements indicating that the bandgap of indium nitride is 0.7 eV, rather than 2.0 eV, could open up new possibilities for high-efficiency solar cells.
Monday 25th November 2002
Sensor Electronic Technology and Crystal IS have observed deep UV stimulated emission in AlGaN/AlN-based quantum well structures at a wavelength of 258 nm.
Friday 22nd November 2002
According to Strategy Analytics' update on the handset market for the third quarter, revenues and shipments are flat, but the indications are that the bottom has been reached.
Wednesday 20th November 2002
IQE experienced a further drop in revenue during the third quarter ending September 30, but remains confident about its position and prospects in the epiwafer market.
Tuesday 19th November 2002
Kopin has made further improvements to its CyberLite LED technology with the announcement that it has developed a new method for depositing ohmic contacts with lower resistance and higher stability in harsh environments.
Tuesday 19th November 2002
Anadigics is continuing to innovate in order to improve its product designs and manufacturing techniques
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Monday 18th November 2002
Semiconductor processing equipment manufacturers Trikon and Tegal have reported widening losses as their customers, chip manufacturers like Multilink, continue to see weak demand for their devices.
Monday 18th November 2002
Veeco Applied Epi has changed its name, RFMD’s David Norbury is to retire, Bookham has completed its acquisition of Nortel’s optical components unit and Gartner Dataquest is predicting double-digit growth for the global semiconductor industry in 2003
Monday 18th November 2002
Emcore's revenue grew 25% sequentially, although its sales for the year ended September 30, 2002 fell by more than a half.
Monday 18th November 2002
Celeritek's revenue is set to fall sharply after a decision by Motorola that it will no longer use second sources for its power amplifer modules.
Monday 18th November 2002
Friday 8th November 2002
Sony joins several other manufacturers that are planning to start production of blue-violet laser diodes next year.
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Thursday 7th November 2002
Aixtron has made a slight downwards revision of its forecast for full year results after it posted a larger than expected drop in third quarter profits and sales.
Thursday 7th November 2002
Palomar Technologies has expanded its product portfolio with the acquisition of the fiber automation division of Axsys Technologies.
Thursday 7th November 2002
Insaco, which supplies sapphire wafer carriers to the GaAs industry, has expanded its Pennsylvania manufacturing facility.
Tuesday 5th November 2002
Sumitomo Electric has opened its first compound semiconductor manufacturing facility in the United States, a 90,000 square foot center for making 6-inch GaAs substrates.
Monday 4th November 2002
ADC has ceased operations at its pump-laser manufacturing facility in Vadnais Heights, Minnesota and its tunable-laser manufacturing facility in Jarfalla, Sweden.
Monday 4th November 2002
The recent agreement by Umicore to acquire up to 47% of Picogiga seems to have run into trouble already

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