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Solar cell technologists receive award recognition
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Professor Antonio Luque Lopez of the Institute for Solar Energy at Madrid University is the winner of the SolarWorld Senior Einstein Award 2008 with Bram Hoex of Eindhoven University receiving this year's SolarWorld Junior Einstein Award.
IMEC, Plextronics partner on solar cells
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European research organization IMEC (Leuven, Belgium) has teamed with Plextronics, Inc. (Pittsburgh, PA.), a specialist in printed solar, lighting and other organic electronics, to develop a reproducible process for organic solar cells using Plextronics' materials and inks.
Maxim : Overvoltage protectors offer negative polarity protection
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The MAX4970/-71/-72 family of 2 x 1.5 mm overvoltage protectors (OVPs) protect low-voltage systems against faults up to 28 V.
Linear Technology : Step-down switching regulator has a programmable output current limit
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Linear Technology announces the LT3653, a 1.2 A, 1.5 MHz monolithic current mode step-down switching regulator with a programmable output current limit.
Fraunhofer demos DAB Surround broadcast
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At the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Fraunhofer IIS demonstrates a method to transmit 5.1 surround sound across DAB radio channels. The technology is compatible with existing DAB radio.
Atmel rolls $399 customizable MCU kit
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Atmel debuts a starter kit for its CAP customizable MCUs. The kit speed migration of ARM7-plus-FPGA designs to single chip solutions.
Will memristors prove irresistible?
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The transistor was invented in 1925 but lay dormant until finding a corporate champion in Bell Labs during the 1950s. Now another groundbreaking electronic circuit may be poised for the same kind of success after languishing as an academic curiosity for more than three decades.
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