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Avago expands gate drive optocoupler line
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8/28/2008   Post a comment
These easy to install optocouplers from Avago Technologies offer advanced fault protection features to provide space and cost savings in industrial inverters and power management applications.
HB LED drivers enable greener lighting products
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8/26/2008   Post a comment
Maxim's 2MHz, high-brightness (HB) LED drivers with an integrated MOSFET and high-side current-sense circuitry reduce the size, complexity, and cost of solid-state lighting (SSL) designs, simplifying the implementation of green lighting technology.
IBM demonstrates light-emitting nanotube
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8/25/2008   Post a comment
Researchers at IBM Corp.'s Thomas J. Watson Research Center have brought silicon photonics one step closer to reality.
Updated: Intel CTO surveys tech future
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8/21/2008   Post a comment
Intel Corp. is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2008, and Intel CTO Justin Rattner devoted his keynote address at its developer forum to "what the next 40 years of technology might look like."
4-pin SSOP optocouplers housed in low-profile package
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8/19/2008   Post a comment
Everlight Electronics Co. Ltd. has introduced 4-pin SSOP phototransistor optocouplers, which incorporate a wide operating temperature range, tight CTR binning, high isolation voltage and high BVceo in an ultra-low-profile package.
TI aims DLP at new applications
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8/18/2008   Post a comment
Texas Instruments has unveiled a platform designed to ease the development of spatial light modulation applications on digital light processors.
HP Labs adopts 41 university projects
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8/14/2008   Post a comment
HP Labs has chosen to sponsor 41 academic projects in areas such as quantum devices and data center management tools as part of a new R&D initiative.
Group crafts spec for 100G networking
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8/13/2008   Post a comment
The Optical Internetworking Forum has taken the first giant step toward defining a standard for long distance networking at 100 Gbits/second, choosing a modulation scheme in an effort that aims to kick start development on integrated optical modules.
The New Green SupplyLine
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8/13/2008   Post a comment
Welcome to the new Green SupplyLine - with a focus on opportuntieis in cleantech and green electronics
60-V SSRs claim highest load current capability
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8/13/2008   Post a comment
Clare has released the 60-V LCB716 and LBA716 solid-state relays, aimed at low-voltage appliance and large industrial power distribution markets.
Uncooled microbolometer camera for thermal imaging
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8/12/2008   Post a comment
XenICs offers the Gobi-384, an uncooled microbolometer camera covering the LWIR 8 to 14 micrometer. It integrates camera, DSP electronics and TCP/IP interface in a very compact housing of just 72x60x50mm.
IrDA encoder/decoder packaged in tiny QFN
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8/11/2008   Post a comment
Vishay has expanded its optoelectronics portfolio with the release of a miniaturized encoder/decoder for serial infrared (IrDA) wireless communication.
Light compression technique may revolutionise optical computing
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8/5/2008   Post a comment
Optics researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have devised a way to squeeze light into tighter spaces than previously thought possible, potentially opening the door to new technology in the fields of optical communications, miniature lasers and optical computers.
World's highest highest-resolution holograms debut
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8/4/2008   Post a comment
An international team of researchers combined an X-ray laser and a lens-less pinhole camera to demonstrate the world's smallest and highest-resolution holograms of micron-size objects at nanometer resolution.


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