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Technical Insights


Monday 1st October 2001
Compound semiconductor stocks are hammered as the US markets experience their worst week since the Great Depression. But the wireless and defense industries may offer some comfort.
Monday 1st October 2001
Researchers are using techniques from the photovoltaics industry to improve the efficiency of silicon-based light emitters and bring their integration into silicon microelectronics a step closer.
Monday 1st October 2001
The introduction of custom-designed uniformity masks can enhance lift-off processing systems, write Leszek Malaszewski, Ping Chang and Cris Kroneberger.
Monday 1st October 2001
The shift from evaporation to sputter deposition for metalization, combined with the use of cluster tools, is yielding great benefits to forward-thinking device manufacturers, writes Andy Bavin.
Monday 1st October 2001
Conexant has had to work hard to identify and eliminate various etch-related defects resulting from a ramp in IC production at its GaAs fab. Jiang Wang, Sam Mony and Nercy Ebrahimi report.
Saturday 1st September 2001
The ubiquitous Si/SiO2 interface is struggling to meet the demands of shrinking feature sizes in silicon microelectronics. Bob Metzger takes a look at an interesting alternative.
Saturday 1st September 2001
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Equipment manufacturers are actively evaluating tunable laser technologies and are ready to take advantage of these products when they become available, write Lisa Huff and Christine Mulrooney of Communications Industry Researchers (CIR).
Saturday 1st September 2001
The solid-state lighting industry is in flux: the National Electrical Manufacturers Association has embraced new lighting solutions using LEDs, while the US Congress is being asked to fund further development, writes Kathryn Conway of LED Consulting.
Saturday 1st September 2001
The inaugural CS-MAX show provided a forum to discuss high-volume manufacturing issues across the whole compound semiconductor industry, including GaAs devices, fiber-optic components and LEDs. Tim Whitaker, Richard Dixon and Jon Newey report.
Saturday 1st September 2001
When talk turns to GaAs fabs and foundries, the first names that spring to mind are usually American or Taiwanese. However, Europe is no sleepy backwater as Jon Newey discovers.
Saturday 1st September 2001

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