Semiconductor manufacturers are busily trying to anticipate what the future market will demand of them. Toshiba is just one company that is looking into the future and it has outlined what it sees in its latest 'strategic memory roadmaps'
The low yield of optical semiconductor processing, compared with today's silicon industry, is stalling progress in major markets such as ultra-high bandwidth communications networks for enterprises and homes.
Engineers at Oregon State University have created what is claimed to be the world's first transparent transistor, a see-through electronics component that could open the door to many new products.
Scientists at Philips have developed new methods to significantly increase the efficiency of PolyLED polymer OLED displays. This opens the way to lower power consumption and will further strengthen the advantages of polymer OLED
Over the years, tutorials have appeared in EMC journals explaining how to estimate the power required from a power amplifier intended for use in an RF immunity test system. Little material has explored the issue of gain compression in RF power amplifiers
High-speed, reproducible, and reliable processes, such as roll-to-roll display manufacturing, are proving effective in the fabrication of light-emitting polymers (LEPs).
Semiconductor manufacturers will be able to pursue a production method that will enable them to produce new generations of computer chips using existing equipment.