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posted in September 2005
Bell Labs discloses 100-G Ethernet over optical
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9/29/2005   Post a comment
Lucent Bell Labs presented two papers at the European Conference on Optical Communication detailing work on optical transmission using the emerging 100-Gbit Ethernet standard.
Optical deal focuses on duo-binary devices
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9/21/2005   Post a comment
The latest multisource agreement from optical transceiver manufacturers covers special 10-Gbit transponders called duo-binary devices.
Edge transponder makers link for multi-source agreement
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9/21/2005   Post a comment
A group of leading developers of edge transponders have formed a 10 Gbit/s optical duo-binary, multi-source working group that is targeting a common specification for extended reach modules.
Dow Corning pushing into photonic materials market
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9/15/2005   Post a comment
Dow Corning plans to extend its materials, technology and services to the $65 billion market for optoelectronics by bringing its photonics solutions business development program under the wider umbrella of the company's mainstream Electronics business.
JDS Uniphase to acquire tunable laser supplier
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9/8/2005   Post a comment
JDS Uniphase has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Agility Communications Inc., a provider of widely tunable laser solutions.
Mature Design Tools Move MEMS into the Mainstream
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9/1/2005   Post a comment
Because MEMS structures can deliver new features and capabilities in high-volume consumer products, electronics engineers are increasingly being confronted with a new opportunity and challenge: Designing their own MEMS. Learning the intricacies of MEMS design has, in the past, presented a major obstacle to design teams. That is quickly changing—but, explains Jack Shandle, there are still a few pitfalls that must be avoided.


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