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posted in March 2006
Optical encoders offer up to 20,000 cpr
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3/30/2006   Post a comment
Avago Technologies extends its incremental optical encoder line with versions that include resolution performance up to 20,000 cycles per revolution (cpr).
European photonics group seeks R&D boost
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3/29/2006   Post a comment
Photonics21, an industry led initiative that counts amongst its members all the main European companies and research organizations in optoelectronics, will next week call for a doubling of funds from national support programs over the next five years. The group believes urgent action is needed if the continent is not to fall even further behind the U.S. and Asia in optical technologies.
IP key in CMOS image sensors
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3/27/2006   Post a comment
One of the largest growth markets in the semiconductor industry continues to be CMOS image sensors. The inclusion of the "unblinking eye" in mobile handsets, optical mice and the like has driven this growth over the last few years and is projected to continue to fuel growth in the foreseeable future. The revenue for CMOS image sensors grew 65.9 percent in 2004 from the year before and is expected to reach $4.64 billion by 2007.

Bookham sells U.K. plant for $24 million
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3/14/2006   Post a comment
Optical components supplier Bookham Inc. has signed an agreement for the sale and associated leaseback of its Caswell, U.K., plant with Scarborough Developments, a UK-based property investment company.
NEC touts signal-reshaping chip for 40 Gbit networks
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3/3/2006   Post a comment
NEC Corporation has developed a signal-reshaping chip that it plans to deploy in a 40 Gbit/s wavelength division multiplexing transmission system it is readying.
Cambridge project advances materials for wireless apps
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3/1/2006   Post a comment
Advance Nanotech Inc., a company that specializes in organizing finance and services for projects in nanotechnology, has partnered with Alps Electric Company Limited, Dow Corning Corporation and engineers at the University of Cambridge on research that promises improve the reception capacity of mobile devices.


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