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posted in April 2009
'I Got Soul (And I'm Superbad!)'
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
4/20/2009   3 comments
Someone at Kia certainly has a sense of humor.
Bookham, JDSU settle tunable laser IP battles
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4/15/2009   Post a comment
Optical component manufacturers Bookham and JDSU have settled their long-running legal battles over ownership of intellectual property related to tunable lasers in an out of court deal, according to specialist magazine Compound Semiconductor .
Research team reports breakthrough in optical silicon communication
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4/14/2009   Post a comment
Transmission speeds beyond 100 Gbit/s based solely on silicon devices have become possible through the efforts of an American-European research group. In particular telecommunications industries are possible beneficiaries. The researchers believe they have paved a promising way to handle the increasing global data traffic.
Researchers see improved silver niobate based devices for wireless apps
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4/9/2009   Post a comment
A group of researchers claim they have settled a long-standing debate over the source of the unusual electronic properties of silver niobate that potentially has great importance for wireless communications.
Picoprojector modules set for illuminating figures
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4/8/2009   Post a comment
The market for picoprojector modules is projected to exceed $1.1 billion within five years, with mobile handsets and accessory projectors taking the bulk of design wins, according to market research group In-Stat.
Single chip drives, controls high power LEDs
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4/6/2009   Post a comment
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has started sampling the first devices in a range of single-chip embedded power controllers that can drive and control high power LEDs.


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David Blaza
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