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posted in September 2006
Encoder modules target office automation
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9/29/2006   Post a comment
Avago Technologies offers an enhanced series of ultra-small optical encoder modules with resolutions of up to 360 lines per inch (LPI), which is said to be the highest in the industry. The new AEDS-964x series is a drop-in replacement for the company's AEDS-962x series.
German carrier takes strategic stake in CoreOptics
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9/25/2006   Post a comment
T-Com Venture Fund — the corporate venture fund of the broadband/fixed network division of Deutsche Telekom AG — has made what it says is a strategic investment in CoreOptics , a developer of 10-and 40-Gbit transponders and subsystems.
Oval LEDs target outdoor electronic sign and signal apps
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9/22/2006   Post a comment
Avago Technologies has rolled out three new series of high-brightness full color LEDs for the outdoor electronic signs and signals market.
Bookham sells U.K. plant for $9.5 million
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9/21/2006   Post a comment
Optical components and subsystems supplier Bookham Inc. has signed an agreement to sell its Paignton, U.K., assembly and test plant for $9.5 million.
Intel, UCSB tout hybrid Si-laser chip advance
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9/18/2006   Post a comment
Researchers at Intel and the University of California, Santa Barbara have made what they say is a major breakthrough in making hybrid silicon lasers that they suggest could have a huge impact on chip-to chip communication and on optical communications networks.
Powering LED strings and arrays in backlight applications
Design How-To  
9/12/2006   Post a comment
Driving the series string requires a suitable supply circuit. The design challenge is that the total voltage drop across the string may exceed the supply rail.
LED's diverse advances lead to numerous possibilities
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9/11/2006   Post a comment
There's a lot going on in LED and related technologies; here's a quick overview of some of the recent developments and possibilities
NeoPhotonics acquire fiberoptic transceiver maker
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9/5/2006   Post a comment
NeoPhotonics, a supplier of fiberoptic component and module solutions for long-haul, metro and FTTX networks, has acquired BeamExpress Inc., a supplier of multi-mode transceivers for enterprise and storage applications. Parts Search

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