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Photo detector IC supports Super Multi DVD drives
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9/29/2004   Post a comment
Designed to support Super Multi DVD-writable drives that support all major DVD recordable media, the SP8058 photo detector IC from Sipex Corp. provides eleven selectable gain settings in a slim 3.5 x 4.0 mm package.
VCSEL addresses long distance sensing
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9/23/2004   Post a comment
TT electronics OPTEK Technology recently introduced a low drive current vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) for long distance sensing applications. Designated the OPV232, the 850 nm VCSEL is available in a low-cost plastic T-1 package and features a dome lens that creates a narrow 3-degree beam angle, eliminating the need for secondary optics.
RFID tags ubiquitous by 2010, MIT prof predicts
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9/15/2004   Post a comment
Kevin Ashton, vice president of ThingMagic Inc. and cofounder of the MIT Auto-ID Center, told a keynote audience at the Embedded Security Seminar conference in Boston that global RF sensor networks will be ubiquitous to the point of invisibility within a few years.
Coup d’œil sur l’activité optoélectronique de Sharp
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9/8/2004   Post a comment
La société Sharp Microelectronics Europe (SME), dont le siège est à Hambourg, est une division de Sharp Electronics GmbH, elle-même filiale de Sharp Corporation à Osaka, au Japon. Heureuses prémices du Salon Electronica, début novembre à Munich, le Sharp Innovation Forum, organisé les 1er et 2 septembre 2004, a notamment donné à la division SME l’opportunité de dresser un bilan de son activité optoélectronique
Une jeune entreprise finlandaise travaille sur un mini-projecteur
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9/3/2004   Post a comment
Upstream Engineering, le développeur finlandais d’une technologie optique avancée destinée aux mini-projecteurs, a obtenu des capitaux de lancement afin de financer le développement de sa technologie pour une utilisation dans des produits commerciaux.

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