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Power and microwave firms merge ahead of expansion
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9/28/2001   Post a comment
Two UK companies have merged to create a power and microwave components specialist they claim is "second to none". The move is a prelude to further expansion.
Fuel cells to replace batteries in mobile devices within five years
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9/18/2001   Post a comment
Fuel cells designed to power portable electronic devices are likely to be the first commercial application of the technology in the 21st century.
Elektron builds power management division
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9/14/2001   Post a comment
UK electromechanical component and power supplies company Elektron (formerly Bulgin) has decided to form a power management division that brings together Cambridge-based manufacturer Powertron and Bulgin Power Source.
Fairchild packs error amplifier, optocoupler in 8-pin SOP for power supplies
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9/12/2001   Post a comment
ROSEMONT, Ill.--At the PowerSystems World 2001 trade show here this week, Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc. announced development of a unique optically isolated error amplifier, which incorporates a reference voltage circuit and optocoupler inside an 8-pin small outline package.
Carbon nanohorns make efficient fuel cells
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9/5/2001   Post a comment
NEC has used carbon nanotubes to build a fuel cell with 10 times the energy density of today's most advanced batteries.


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