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posted in February 2004
Gemfire to buy Scottish optical components unit from Avanex
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2/9/2004   Post a comment
Optical components group Gemfire Corporation (Fremont, California) is buying Avanex's silica planar lightwave circuit (PLC) unit in Livingston, Scotland, which started life as Kymata's manufacturing base.
Roving eye for Mars forces CCD rethink
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2/2/2004   Post a comment
Behind the spectacular panoramic images beamed back from Mars in recent weeks is a full-custom CCD imaging chip designed to meet the stringent demands and environmental conditions of the Martian surface. The 1,024 x 2,048-pixel chip, which handles imaging for each of the nine cameras on both the Spirit and Opportunity rovers, mandated a rethinking of CCD design.


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