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posted in April 2013
Cambrios, Novaled make grid-less OLED lighting
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4/19/2013   Post a comment
Silver nanowire conductive films make for better OLED lighting tiles at commercial sizes and potentially lower costs.
Philips claims LED light efficiency record
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4/15/2013   1 comment
Philips has announced it has produced the most energy efficient LED lamp suitable for general lighting. It is in tube format ready to replace fluorescent lighting.
LEDs: Cheaper brighter bulbs to go viral
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4/15/2013   Post a comment
Two recent deployments of LEDs foretell their future: Efficiency and decreasing cost will soon popularize them for use in many lighting applications. Linear Technology makes the case.
Plessey samples LEDs made on silicon wafers
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4/8/2013   3 comments
Claiming it is the first company to do so, Plessey has stated offering for sale LEDs made using gallium nitride on silicon wafers.
Slideshow: Road to 400G Ethernet
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4/5/2013   3 comments
Acting chair of IEEE's 400G effort outlines issues engineers will face on the Ethernet standard in May.
Tips for increasing oscilloscope vertical resolution - Part I
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4/4/2013   1 comment
Measurement of small signals can be challenging as the ability to view them is impacted not only by the noise of the scope, but also by scope settings and probing. Agilent presents techniques to help your scope show smaller signals than you’ve previously seen with it.
RGBW LED emitters targets narrow-beam stage lighting
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4/3/2013   Post a comment
LED Engin announced the LZ4 flat lens family of compact, 4-die RGBW emitters for wash lamps and follow spots used in stage lighting applications.


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