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Tuesday 17th June 2003
The advantages offered by InP HBT technology have opened up a range of new applications for high-speed mixed-signal and digital ICs, according to Loi Nguyen of Inphi Corporation.
Tuesday 17th June 2003
Sales of reactors have suffered from the contraction in MBE's traditional markets, but there are new applications for MBE to keep researchers busy, reports Richard Campion.
Tuesday 17th June 2003
Compound Semiconductor magazine is pleased to acknowledge the support of its advertisers in the June 2003 issue.
Tuesday 27th May 2003
Compound Semiconductor magazine is pleased to acknowledge the support of its advertisers in the May 2003 issue.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
The GaAs industry can look forward to modest growth, further migration from MMICs to modules and sub-systems, and challenges from silicon IC manufacturers, reports Tim Whitaker.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
Automotive radar has been heralded as the next big application for GaAs. Marc Camiade looks at this demanding area and the developments in MMIC technology that make GaAs the material of choice.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
There are a number of companies that sell GaAs substrates grown by LEC or VGF, but what is the difference? Russ Kremer and Steffen Teichert provide some answers.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
In the first of a series of articles on the emerging compound semiconductor industry in the world's most populous country, Sally Croft takes a look at the prevailing business climate in China.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
With government support and private investment, commercial compound semiconductor ventures are becoming more common in China, writes Tim Whitaker.
Tuesday 13th May 2003
Tuesday 13th May 2003
Earlier this year, Bookham Technology revealed how it would consolidate the manufacturing capabilities gained when it acquired various components businesses from Nortel and Marconi.
Tuesday 15th April 2003
A novel approach to monolithically integrating electronic and optoelectronic functions is yielding higher-performance and lower-cost fiber-optic components, writes Simon Hicks.
Tuesday 15th April 2003
With strained Si now on the CMOS roadmap and wafer bonding accepted as a method for producing SOI substrates, Gianni Taraschi looks at the ongoing efforts to combine the two technologies.
Tuesday 15th April 2003
The high-brightness LED market was the star performer of the compound semiconductor industry in 2002. Tim Whitaker reports from the annual Strategies in Light conference.
Tuesday 15th April 2003
The laser diode market has undergone drastic changes in size and shape since the heady days of 2000, when telecom lasers were in high demand. Data storage is now the dominant application, as Jon Newey finds out when looking at the latest figures from Strategies Unlimited.
Tuesday 15th April 2003
Compound Semiconductor magazine is pleased to acknowledge the support of its advertisers in the April 2003 issue.
Tuesday 11th March 2003
The novel integration of ion and electron beams into one tool with precision sample handling abilities is providing a one-stop shop for many characterization needs, writes Lloyd Peto.
Tuesday 11th March 2003
Using a pulsed short-wavelength laser improves the accuracy and usefulness of photoluminescence for characterizing wide-bandgap semiconductors, according to Colm Mac Mahon and colleagues.
Tuesday 11th March 2003
STEM is helping to reveal information about interfaces and diffusion during device processing that is almost impossible to determine using other techniques, write Jia-Sheng Huang and Cathy Vartuli.
Tuesday 11th March 2003
Albany Nanotech is rapidly expanding its silicon processing facilities, but less well known are its III-nitride development activities, which include integration with silicon, writes Jon Newey.
Tuesday 11th March 2003
Low failure rates at high output power make broad-area AlGaInAs lasers suitable for industrial applications, write Victor Rossin, Toby Strite, Erik Zucker and Teh-Hua Ju of JDS Uniphase.
Tuesday 11th March 2003
The recent improvement in performance of InGaAs-based detectors and cameras has opened up a wide range of applications, according to Austin Richards of Indigo Systems.
Tuesday 11th March 2003
Compound Semiconductor magazine is pleased to acknowledge the support of its advertisers in the March 2003 issue.
Tuesday 11th February 2003
Compound Semiconductor magazine is pleased to acknowledge the support of its advertisers in the January/February 2003 issue.

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