Article - 27 Sep 2007
A light-emitting diode or more commonly referred to as LED, is basically a semiconductor that when an electric current passes through it emits visible light. In other words, LED is basically a tiny...
This video shows Prof. Sir Colin Humphreys, Director of Research at the University of Cambridge's Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, explaining about the uses of gallium nitride.
Article - 24 Jan 2018
Looking at developing and advancing computer memory, varying the atomic composition of boron-nitride-based alloys to fine tune its polarization.
News - 26 May 2009
Over the past 15 years, the availability of high quality sapphire and silicon carbide substrates has enabled the rapid growth of the gallium nitride device (mainly high-brightness LED) market to $4.6...
News - 17 Jul 2008
Researchers at Purdue University have overcome a major obstacle in reducing the cost of "solid state lighting," a technology that could cut electricity consumption by 10 percent if widely...
Article - 14 Jun 2013
Light emitting diodes (LED) maybe defined as a semiconductor device that generates light by using the solid sate electronics.
News - 27 Sep 2009
A global leader in Integrated Passive Devices (IPD), OnChip announced the ability to provide Silicon and Ceramic Carriers or Submounts for HB LED (High Brightness Light Emitting Diode) manufacturers....
News - 29 Oct 2007
AIXTRON AG is pleased to announce the successful start-up of an AIXTRON 200/4 RF-S epitaxy reactor at Tokuyama, Japan. The system is used for the development and production of AlGaN based ultra-violet...
News - 23 Jun 2020
Just as a meter stick with hundreds of tick marks can be used to measure distances with great precision, a device known as a laser frequency comb, with its hundreds of evenly spaced, sharply defined...
News - 10 Mar 2009
In the past decade, Group III-nitride materials have been widely used for visible and ultraviolet light emitting diodes and blue, violet laser diodes. Most of these optoelectronic devices are...