NPL targets quantum metrology

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is setting up a Quantum Metrology Institute (QMI) at its Teddington site. The Institute – part of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme – will cover the NPL's quantum science and metrology research and provide the expertise and facilities needed for academia and industry to test, validate and commercialise new quantum research and technologies.

  • NPL sets up Quantum Metrology Institute

    The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is setting up a Quantum Metrology Institute (QMI) at its Teddington site. The Institute – part of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme – will cover the NPL's quantum science and metrology research and provide ... Read More
  • Manchester, 2-DTech sign graphene research agreement

    Graphene specialist 2-DTech has signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Manchester that will see the two organisations sharing their resources and expertise. Once the agreement is finalised, 2-DTech will become a partner in the National ... Read More
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    Infineon's fourth quarter 2014 revenues grew to €1.175billion, a 6% increase over the previous quarter. Revenue growth was said to be particularly strong in the Industrial Power Control (IPC), Power Management & Multimarket (PMM) and Chip Card & Security ... Read More
  • Lime looks to shake up RF market with FPRF device

    Lime Microsystems has started shipping the second generation of its field programmable radio frequency (FPRF) devices.

    The fully programmable, low power chips contain dual transceivers that cover the frequency range 0.1 to 3800MHz. In addition, ...
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