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Tuesday 7th January 2003
Professor Peter Asbeck is the first holder of the Skyworks Chair in High Speed Semiconductor Devices and Circuits at UCSD.
Tuesday 7th January 2003
Global consumption of optoelectronic ICs is set to grow rapidly from $320 million in 2002 to $1.9 billion in 2006, says ElectroniCast.
Friday 3rd January 2003
RFMD and TriQiunt have both completed their recent expansion activities and Luxtron has relocated
Thursday 2nd January 2003
Anritsu has succeeded has developing a new photodetector that improves the conversion efficiency of optical signals into electric signals by 60%.
Thursday 2nd January 2003
Sharp plans to raise its output of red semiconductor lasers for DVD applications, while Mitusbishi Electric has developed a 200 mW laser for write-once DVD formats.
Tuesday 31st December 2002
Japanese company Omron has commenced production of its double reflection LED package.
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Tuesday 31st December 2002
Japanese laser manufacturer Anritsu has developed a new structure for 14xx nm diodes that provides an output power of more than 1 W for a 3 mm device.
Friday 20th December 2002
The following letter was received in response to our article "Bandgap of indium nitride measured as 0.7 eV" which appeared on compoundsemiconductor.net on November 25. The original article was based on a press release from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory as well as information on the LBNL website.
Friday 20th December 2002
Researchers have produced an organic LED that is about 25 times more efficient than the best quantum-dot LEDs to date.
Thursday 19th December 2002
AXT revenue estimates revised downwards, GCS receives ISO 9001-2000 certification, Micro-Metric and Opto Speed add Asian distributors, and Vitesse has a new Chairman.
Wednesday 18th December 2002
Two leading Japanese developers of nitride-based semiconductor lasers, Sony and Nichia, have formed an alliance to develop products for the Blu-ray disc recording format.
Tuesday 17th December 2002
Lumileds has won orders for its 460 nm LEDs to replace halogen lamps in dental curing applications.
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Tuesday 17th December 2002
Emcore has bought key assets of Alvesta, best known for leading the development of four-channel parallel optical modules.
Thursday 12th December 2002
RSC has been awarded a $5.9 million contract under DARPA’s TFAST program that will see it develop sub-micron InP HBTs for high-frequency digital synthesizers.
Tuesday 10th December 2002
Seiwa Electric is to begin shipping white LEDs, Opto Speed and Infomax are to collaborate in the manufacturing and sales of their optoelectronic products, and Multiplex has achieved ISO 9001 certification.
Monday 9th December 2002
Alfalight is continuing to attract funding for its aluminium-free laser diodes from today's very cautiuous venture capitalists.
Monday 9th December 2002
Oki is to combine its expertise in LSI circuits with Peregrine Semiconductor's CMOS-on-sapphire technology to make low-power communication products.
Monday 9th December 2002
Taiwanese foundry company WIN Semiconductors has teamed with a UK-based arm of Siemens which provides design services for RFICs and MMICs.
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Friday 6th December 2002
Market research firm Strategies Unlimited is predicting that the optical components market will grow by 30% year-on-year, reaching $2.1 billion.
Friday 6th December 2002
Troubled epiwafer supplier Picogiga has been given time by the French authorities to sort out its debt burden and has also reported a surge in orders for December
Thursday 5th December 2002
Sirenza Microdevices has agreed to buy up Vari-L, shares in Picogiga have resumed trading and Aixtron, Essient Photonics and Coherent have all announced additions to their management teams.
Wednesday 4th December 2002
Rival gas purifier manufacturers SAES Getters and Aeronex continue to argue over their ammonia purification products.
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.

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