40V buck converter for power LEDs Product News 6/27/2008 Post a comment Prema Semiconductor presents the LED driver PR4101 designed to meet the requirements for a new generation of high-power LEDs. The inductive converter drives single or multiple LEDs with currents from 100mA up to several amps, depending on the configuration of external components, from a supply voltage of 9V up to 40V.
Robot plays air hockey Signal Processing DesignLine Blog 6/26/2008 Post a comment Nuvation's air hockey robot is a fun demo of its machine vision capabilities. The demo runs on a ColdFire processor.
Europe's most efficient OLED lighting tile demonstrated News & Analysis 6/23/2008 Post a comment At the end of the OLLA project period the OLLA project consortium presents its final milestone: the basic technology for a white OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) light source, with an efficacy of 50.7 lumens per watt at an initial brightness of 1.000 cd/m based on the Novaled PIN OLED technology.
Modular vision sensor platform Product News 6/17/2008 Post a comment LMI Technologies has developed a complete modular vision sensor platform of hardware and software components under its FireSync brand. The system allows fast and easy integration of components into a scalable machine vision system along with microsecond synchronisation.
Demo shows progress on 100G Ethernet News & Analysis 6/12/2008 Post a comment In an show of progress toward delivering a standard for 100 Gbit/second Ethernet, system maker Infinera and service provider XO Communications will demo a long distance 100G Ethernet connection at next week's NXTcomm conference in Las Vegas.
Modulator targets PONs and radio-over-fibre nets News & Analysis 6/10/2008 Post a comment CIP Technologies (CIP) has started sampling in small volumes for development and trials a reflective electro-absorption modulator targeted at developers of access networks such as 10 Gbits/second WDM passive optical nets.
Phyworks demos 10G copper interconnects News & Analysis 6/2/2008 Post a comment Communications chip specialist Phyworks (Bristol, England) has demonstrated 10Gbits/s rack-to-rack copper interconnects of up to 30 metres using technology it originally developed for the optical module market.