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Ceravision signs Toshiba for microwave lighting
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11/30/2009   Post a comment
Ceravision Ltd. (Milton Keynes, England), developer of a microwave-powered light bulb, has formed an alliance with Toshiba Electronics to accelerate development of magnetrons for lighting applications.
60 GHz reflective electro-absorption modulator claims world first
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11/26/2009   Post a comment
CIP Technologies has released a combined modulation and photodetection transducer capable of working at up to 60 GHz — designated 60G-R-EAM-1550.
LED maker Seoul raises $248 million
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11/25/2009   Post a comment
LED manufacturer Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd. has announced that it and its affiliate company, Seoul Optodevice Co. Ltd., have raised $248 million by way of a share issue.
Academic wins $550,000 prize for blue LED work
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11/10/2009   Post a comment
The Inamori Foundation (Kyoto, Japan) has presented its 25th annual Kyoto Prize for technology, which includes a gift of about $550,000, to semiconductor scientist Isamu Akasaki for his work developing the blue light emitting diode.
CUI launches a 5-mm body diameter optical encoder
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11/9/2009   Post a comment
The MES3 series is CUI's latest line of high performance micro optical encoders, the world’s smallest shaft-type optical encoder according to the company.
Mitsubishi deal brings professor's LED patent haul to $27 million
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11/6/2009   Post a comment
Mitsubishi has agreed terms with Professor Gertrude Neumark Rothschild, professor emeritus at Columbia University, New York, over her assertion that Mitsubishi and dozens of other electronics manufacturers in Asia and Europe violated her patents for producing light emitting diodes and laser diodes.
Sharp : Solar panels support portable electronics
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11/5/2009   Post a comment
During 2010, after the successful launch of the LROGC02 type panel, Sharp plans to expand the product family of solar components for mobile applications to five models to address the broad range of mobile applications.


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