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High-speed, high-power IR emitters boost optical efficiency
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7/29/2004   Post a comment
Targeting CMOS camera applications, automotive night vision and sensor systems, Vishay Intertechnology's two new infrared (IR) emitters are optimized with an 850-nm wavelength in comparison with industry standard 870-nm emitters to improve optical efficiency in these types of applications. Both high-speed, high-radiant power devices provide a low 1.8-volt maximum forward voltage and a 20 nanosecond rise time.
Optek re-enters high-reliability market
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7/28/2004   Post a comment
Due to customer requests, TT electronics OPTEK Technology is once again supporting the high-reliability market for Hall-effect , magnetoresistive and optoelectronic components. The company is a fully integrated high reliability manufacturer and offers products that can be QCI tested (Groups A, B, C & D) per MIL-PRF-19500 to the methods of MIL-STD-750 and MIL-STD-883. Full assembly and testing are performed in the company's ISO and QS9000 certified Juarez, Mexico facility.
LED geht jetzt der Glühbirne an den Kragen
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7/27/2004   Post a comment
Leuchtdioden statt Glühbirnen? Die jüngsten Fortschritte bei den Halbleiter-Lichtquellen lassen vermuten, dass wir in den nächsten fünf Jahren von Edisons Erfindung Abschied nehmen können.
US-Distributor erkennt Osrams Patente an
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7/20/2004   Post a comment
Osram Opto Semiconductors hat von dem amerikanischen Distributor American Opto Plus die Einverständniserklärung erhalten, keine LED zu importieren und zu vertreiben, die Osrams Patentrechte verletzen.
10 Gb Optical Transceivers - for enterprise, storage, metro networks
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7/20/2004   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies introduced a family of 10 Gb/s Ethernet, Fibre Channel, and SONET/SDH fiber optic transceivers for enterprise, storage and metro networks. The 10 Gb XENPAK, X2 and XFP MSA-compliant fiber optic transceivers cover all major physical media device types and link distances, and are hot-pluggable.
Quantenmechanik bietet Alternative zu Leuchtstoffröhren
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7/12/2004   Post a comment
Möglicherweise werden schon bald neuartige Leuchtkörper aus quantenmechanischen Elementen anstelle von Leuchtröhren unsere Büros beleuchten. Ein Proof-of-Concept-Experiment am Los Alamos National Laboratory und in den Sandia National Laboratories zeigt, dass so genannte Quantenschächte als Basis für Lichtquellen mit einem Wirkungsgrad von fast 100 Prozent dienen können. Das Labor in Los Alamos untersteht der National Nuclear Security Administration, der US-Behörde für atomare Sicherheit.
LED Matrix Lighting Modules - a design and manufacturing service
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7/6/2004   Post a comment
Universal Science has addressed the growing demand for designs that use an LED matrix to provide an effective lighting solution by introducing its LED custom module service.
White LED Backlights - available in sizes up to A4
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7/6/2004   Post a comment
The Optoelectronic Manufacturing Corporation (OMC) announced the extension of its range of white LED edge lit backlights.
Fiber Optic Backlight - panels are exceptionally thin
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7/6/2004   Post a comment
The UniGlo Optima fiber optic backlight from Lumitex offers a high brightness of 30+ Ft-L and more, depending on panel design and configuration. The Optima Technology is twice the brightness of Lumitex's standard UniGlo fiber optic panels " with much improved light uniformity across the panel.


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