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. In simple terms, LEDs are devices that convert electricity into light. The...
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 - 20 Nov 2010
TT electronics Optek Technology has introduced new color LEDs called the OVM4x series for industrial and military applications. The LEDs offer military systems designers the capability to attain...
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...