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Technical Insights


Sunday 1st April 2001
The challenges facing the development of silicon carbide Schottky diodes for power applications are discussed by Roland Rupp and colleagues from Infineon Technologies.
Sunday 1st April 2001
Japan is home to two dominant manufacturers of InGaN LEDs, Nichia and Toyoda Gosei, but other companies may be about to enter the fray. Chris Redl of UBS Warburg sheds some light on the Japanese market for blue, green and white emitters.
Sunday 1st April 2001
The widespread use of LEDs in an increasing range of applications presents a growing need to standardize their characterization. Scott Jennato and Greg McKee of Labsphere discuss methods to measure the radiometric intensity and other properties of LEDs.
Sunday 1st April 2001
Despite all the recent bad news surrounding the GaAs industry its medium-term prospects remain strong, according to Stephen Entwistle and Asif Anwar of Strategy Analytics.
Sunday 1st April 2001
Mari Holcomb, Pat Grillot, Gloria Hfler, Mike Krames and Steve Stockman from LumiLeds Lighting explain how they overcame the challenges involved in developing amber, orange and red AlGaInP LEDs with impressive efficiency and power characteristics.
Sunday 1st April 2001
Sunday 1st April 2001
The market for compound semiconductors has more than doubled in two years to be worth $18 billion. Tom Hausken of market research firm Strategies Unlimited explains why.

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