Ink jet opto fabrication

An international research team has developed black phosphorus inks that are compatible with conventional inkjet printing techniques and says the approach could be used to make optoelectronic and photonic devices.

  • Black phosphorus ink for opto device fabrication

    An international research team has developed black phosphorus inks that are compatible with conventional inkjet printing techniques and says the approach could be used to make optoelectronic and photonic devices.

    “Our inkjet printing demonstration ...
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  • Connector simplifies assembly, boosts data rates

    An SMT board-to-board connector developed by Hirose features a three piece floating contact system to simplify assembly and support data rates of up to 15Gbit/s.

    Designed for high-speed transmission applications that require multiple stacking ...
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  • Modules support high throughput streaming applications

    A family of high-performance PXI remote control and bus extension modules featuring PCI Express Gen 3 connectivity has been launched by National Instruments.

    “As technologies converge into smarter devices under test, you increasingly need to build ...
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  • Semi sales through European distributors continue to boom

    Demand for semiconductors from European companies showed no signs of slowing during the second quarter of 2017, according to distribution association DMASS. In its latest report, the organisation noted record semiconductor sales of €2.19billion, 17.3% higher ... Read More





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