Cheaper, better LED technology

An engineering professor from Florida State University has claimed to have developed a highly efficient and low cost LED that could be the catalyst for more widespread adoption of the technology.

  • Cheaper, better LED technology

    An engineering professor from Florida State University has claimed to have developed a highly efficient and low cost LED that could be the catalyst for more widespread adoption of the technology.

    The research is crucial to the development of LED ...
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  • One third of Government procurement to be placed with SMEs by 2020

    Government departments and the Crown Commercial Service will have to lay out how they plan to increase the level of procurement business they place with UK based small and medium sized enterprises.

    While figures show that 26% of procurement in ...
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  • Power MOSFETs approach 'perfect' switching performance

    STMicroelectronics (ST) has extended its MDmesh M2 series of N-channel power MOSFETs by introducing devices that are claimed to offer the industry's highest power efficiencies in power supplies for servers, laptops, telecom, and consumer applications. With ... Read More
  • Microchip expands industrial Ethernet switch portfolio

    Microchip has announced the addition of the LAN9353, LAN9354 and LAN9355 Three-Port, 10/100 Industrial Ethernet Switches to its portfolio of Ethernet solutions, which includes Ethernet switches, controllers, bridges and PHYs.

    Featuring the IEEE ...
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