Veeco Reaches Milestone of 50TH Shipped EPIK 700 MOCVD Reactor

Veeco Instruments Inc. of Plainview, New York USA, reported that the company has shipped its 50th TurboDisc® EPIK™700 GaN Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) System reactor. The company launched the reactor just ten months ago. Veeco boasts that multiple LED manufacturers in several key regions around the world have…

Ozark Integrated Circuits Awarded Grant to Develop SiC ICs for NASA's Venus Landsailing Rover

NASA has reportedly awarded two grants totaling nearly $245,000 to Ozark Integrated Circuits Inc., a firm affiliated with the University of Arkansas. The company, which performs its semiconductor design work at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park, plans to use the grants to develop complex integrated circuits that can operate…

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Pasternack Debuts New Millimeter Wave Continuously Variable Waveguide Attenuators with Performance Up to 110 GHz

In-Stock and Ready-to-Ship WR-10 to WR-22 Continuously Variable Waveguide Attenuators Available from Pasternack Irvine, California USA – Pasternack, a leading manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has introduced a new family of in-stock continuously variable waveguide attenuators with performance up to 110 GHz. These millimeter wave …

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LED Maker Bridgelux to be Acquired by Chinese Investment Group; Bridgelux to Spin Off Smart Lighting Business

Bridgelux of Livermore, California USA, announced that it has signed a definitive agreement in which China Electronics Corporation (CEC), and ChongQing Linkong Development Investment Company will acquire the company. Bridgelux also reported that it will spin off its smart lighting business in a company called Xenio. Xenio will focus on …

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Prototype Solar Cell Uses 10,000 Times less GaP and Yields Ten Times the Hydrogen with Electrolysis

Researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and FOM Foundation have demonstrated a prototype for a solar cell that separates hydrogen from water using GaP nanowires. The work is described in the journal Nature Communications. Solar electricity can be employed to set off chemical reactions. If such reactions create a fuel, then …

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