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posted in October 2005
Nakamura team claims advance in GaN device performance
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10/27/2005   Post a comment
A Japanese team has developed a new GaN growth technology that enables production of new films with improved or new performance characteristics.
Micropac appoints Mark King president, replacing Wood
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10/14/2005   Post a comment
Microelectronics supplier Micropac Industries Inc. has announced that Connie Wood retired as chief executive of the company after 36 years of service, effective Oct. 12.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics eyes LED market
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10/10/2005   Post a comment
Korean electronics parts maker Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEM) plans to branch out into LED (light-emitting diodes) backlight unit (BU) and the LED market for illuminating homes and buildings from next year, the company said.
Startup to use IBM tech for optical cryptography
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10/10/2005   Post a comment
Optical chip and module specialist Princeton Lightwave has licensed IBM’s single-photon detection (SPD) technology for use in an avalanche photodiode it is developing for single-photon counting devices targeted at qantum cryptography systems.
Component orders continue rising, says ECA
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10/7/2005   Post a comment
The monthly component order index compiled by the Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Association (ECA) continued rising in September, closing out a strong third quarter.
U.S. funding MRAM, night-vision sensor research
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10/5/2005   Post a comment
Seeking to shed more light on focal-plane array technology, the U.S. military is investing in larger arrays and MRAM technology to improve the range of night-vision gear.
Photo interrupters offer alternative to switches
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10/4/2005   Post a comment
American Bright Optoelectronics has introduced its new photo interrupter family that is designed for use in IR/optical detection applications such as copiers, printers, high-speed industrial machinery, garage door openers and photo encoder-based devices.
Quantum optics developers take physics Nobel
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10/4/2005   Post a comment
Harvard University physics professor Roy Glauber will share the 2005 Nobel Prize for physics with John Hall of National Institute of Standards and Technology and Theodor Hansch of the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics.


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