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Avanex inks former Alcatel exec to head optical group
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5/31/2005   Post a comment
Avanex Corp. has named Yves LeMaitre as vice president and general manager of the newly formed optical components business unit, which combines the active and passive discrete components and the transmission modules groups.
Get ready to rumble (strip)
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
5/31/2005   Post a comment
I tried fooling the system by letting the car drift right with the left turn signal on.
Mouser Electronics releases new quarterly electronic components catalog
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5/19/2005   Post a comment
Mouser Electronics, Inc. has announced the release of its new quarterly catalog, No. 622, featuring 1,532 pages of the newest products and latest technologies from its 300+ electronic component suppliers.
Cree licenses white LED patent
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5/19/2005   Post a comment
Cree Inc. announced Thursday it has licensed its white LED patent to several strategic chip customers, including Stanley Electric Co. Ltd., and Rohm Co. Ltd., both of Japan, and Cotco Holdings Ltd. (Hong Kong).
Weiße LED ist hell genug für Scheinwerfer
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5/17/2005   Post a comment
Einen festen Platz in der Allgemeinbeleuchtung beansprucht Osram für seine hellste Halbleiterlichtquelle: Das Bauteil produziert mehr als 200 Lumen – bei einer Abmessung von nur 3 x 1 Zentimeter.
Solid-state relay integrates current-limiting circuitry
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5/16/2005   Post a comment
Designed to replace electromechanical devices, a new current limiting, normally open, 1 Form A optically isolated solid-state relay (SSR) from Clare Inc., an IXYS company, saves board space while enhancing the performance of wireline-interface applications.
NanoOpto completes C-round financing with another $2.5 million
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5/12/2005   Post a comment
Optical components group NanoOpto Corporation has closed an additional $2.5 million in third-round venture financing. The investment finalizes an oversubscribed C-round and brings the total investment in the Somerset, New Jersey based company to $46 million.
Jitter measurement box performs ITU-T O.172 Standard tests
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5/10/2005   Post a comment
Grappling with making accurate high-speed jitter compliance tests? Then check out test-and-measurement vendor Anritsu Company's new jitter analyzer. It's a 40G instrument that can make measurements on 40G transmission devices and systems in accordance to ITU-T Standard O.172. The instrument can perform jitter generation, jitter tolerance, jitter sweep, jitter transfer, and frequency sweep tests.
Optical transceivers satisfy military specs
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5/9/2005   Post a comment
Stratos Lightwave asserts itself as the first major supplier of ruggedized MIL-SPEC optical transceivers in MSA 2x5 SFF packaging.
Interconnect conference highlights silicon-optical paths
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5/3/2005   Post a comment
More than 800 scientists and engineers working to solve interconnect wiring problems that are slowing development of faster, more powerful chips will gather next month at the eighth annual IEEE International Interconnect Technology Conference.


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