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posted in March 2005
JDS Uniphase buys Lightwave for $65 million
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3/22/2005   Post a comment
JDS Uniphase Corp. announced Tuesday (March 22) it would acquire Lightwave Electronics Corp., a supplier of commercial solid-state lasers, for $65 million in cash.
NanoOpto raises additional $12 million
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3/22/2005   Post a comment
NanoOpto Corp., a startup that has recently started volume production of optical components using a novel nano-fabrication technology, has closed a Series C round of financing that raised $12 million, bringing the total invested to $42.3 million.
Tiny IR transceiver adds remote control to mobile phones
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3/18/2005   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies' infrared transceiver offers universal remote control up to 23 feet (7 m).
Helle LEDs nicht nur für Autos
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3/18/2005   Post a comment
Vor allem für die Außenbeleuchtung von Fahrzeugen haben Agilent und Lumiled eine neue Familie von Leuchtdioden entwickelt. Die LEDs liefern einen besonders hohen Lichtstrom.
Nano-optic based optical isolators enable smaller transceivers and transponders
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3/14/2005   Post a comment
Designed to shrink size and cost for telecommunications and data communications transceivers, the line of optical isolators from NanoOpto are 30% thinner than traditional isolator designs.
Engineers Tailor Current Drive for High-Brightness LEDs
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3/12/2005   Post a comment
Simple circuit, with off-the-shelf, stepdown switching regulator, controls LED current.
Bring Speed and Accuracy to 4-Port Models of 40-Gb/s Differential Structures
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3/9/2005   Post a comment
Moving data at 40-Gb/s over copper is no longer a theoretical exercise; it has become a reality. For physical-layer structures—the passive linear components, backplanes, IC packages, cables and connectors—are no longer the bottlenecks in high-speed digital systems. In this feature article, authors Jim Mayrand, Mike Resso of Agilent Technologies, and Dima Smolyansky of TDA Systems explore recent advances in 4-port instrumentation that now enable designers to accurately model 40-Gb/s dif
Optical receivers take the heat
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3/8/2005   Post a comment
NEC introduces optical receiver modules designed for 10Gbits/s networks with the industry's highest heat tolerance and best-in-class sensitivity ratings for networks.
NeoPhotonics acquires most of Photon Technology
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3/3/2005   Post a comment
NeoPhotonics Corp., a planar lightwave circuit specialist, has acquired a majority holding in Shenzhen-based Photon Technology Corp. Ltd., the largest active-optical component company in China.


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