Electronic Products & Technology


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Optoelectronics


Product
July 6, 2018 by Stephen Law

True circular 5.0-inch LCD serves smart home devices

TIANMA AMERICA True circular 5.0-inch LCD for use in smart home and high-end medical applications, provides a full active display and a resolution and contrast ratio performance that rivals that of OLED displays. Product delivers ultimate expression of the freeform…
News
June 29, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Turning silicon photonics into a new competitive asset for the electronics industry

Optical microcircuits enhance health, security and computation capacity
Product
June 23, 2018 by Stephen Law

Medical grade TFT LCD solution utilizes integrated dc-dc converter

AZ DISPLAYS ATM0700D38B Medical grade TFT LCD solution is an 800 x 480 RGB, 24-bit LCD that utilizes an integrated dc to dc converter on the FPC, allowing a user to interface to the graphics driver with only 40 pins…
News
June 12, 2018 by Stephen Law

CMC partners with Advanced Micro Foundry to accelerate photonics R&D

CMC Microsystems, Kingston ON, and Advanced Micro Foundry (AMF), a Singapore-based manufacturer of silicon photonics integrated circuits, are partnering to develop a new design automation platform for silicon photonics that will let Canadian university researchers take the lead in developing…
Product
June 11, 2018 by Stephen Law

Professional maker kit comes in form of PCAP touchscreen

SCHURTER Engineering TouchKit is a professional maker kit in the form of a PCAP touchscreen for development engineers to experience first-hand the advantages of projected-capacitive technology. Kit contains Plug & Play 10.1” PCAP touchscreen sensor with controller based on an…
Feature
June 4, 2018 by Sohail Kamal, West Coast Correspondent

A camera revolution is on the horizon with NexOptic’s lens technology

Since early telescopes, we have seen various lens designs that aid users in viewing distant objects, though they all suffer from fundamental weaknesses. These models use curved lenses that have size limitations and are also prone to aberrations. Vancouver-based NexOptic…
News
June 3, 2018 by IDTechEx, Cambridge, UK

Electrochromic glass becomes the largest smart glass market

Electrochromic glass is the largest smart glass market today, and it is unlikely to be dethroned any time soon. For those unfamiliar with the technology, in its most common form it transitions from a clear or pale yellow to a…
News
May 25, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

NexOptic smartphone lens prototype sees light of day

NexOptic Technology Corp. has completed preliminary testing on its smartphone lens system, engineered to impact the rapidly growing, smartphone, telephoto marketplace.  “We are all very encouraged by the results our team has achieved on its first mobile lens demonstration. Imaging capabilities from our desktop…
Product
May 24, 2018 by Stephen Law

Imaging sensor enhances NIR sensitivity in extreme low-light

ON SEMICONDUCTOR Model KAE-08152 Interline Transfer Electron Multiplying CCD (IT‑EMCCD) image sensor  targets extreme low-light applications such as medical and scientific imaging. Device shares the same 8.8 megapixel resolution and 4/3 optical format as existing KAE-08151, but incorporates an enhanced pixel design…
News
May 23, 2018 by Yuri Kageyama, The Associated Press, Tokyo

Sony to spend $9B on image sensors

Electronics and entertainment company Sony Corp. says it plans to spend $2.3 billion acquiring an additional 60 per cent stake in EMI Music Publishing, of which it already owns 30%. Once the purchase from Mubadala Investment Co. is finalized, it…
Product
May 19, 2018 by Stephen Law

Single mode blue violet laser diodes deliver power

OPTOELECTRONICS COMPANY USHIO OPTO HL40071MG single transverse mode 405nm blue-violet laser diode serves direct imaging applications, as well as biomedical and medical uses. Device provides 300mW optical output power in a 5.6mm package and with typical optical and electrical characteristics,…
News
May 14, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Toronto firm aims to build game-changing photonic quantum computers

Xanadu Raises $9M Seed Round in hopes developing quantum computing based on its quantum photonic chips