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Mat 2001 - Agere and Bede join the Compound Semiconductor portfolio (Portfolio)
May 01, 2001
IQE demonstrates growth in the merchant epiwafer market despite, or perhaps because of, unfavorable economic conditions, reports Marie Meyer
Assembly cell gives laser soldering a boost (Product Showcase)
May 01, 2001
Growth on GaAs boosts 1300nm VCSELs (research review)
May 01, 2001
Keithley puts laser diodes to the test (Product Showcase)
May 01, 2001
MRSI introduces a new bonding system (Product Showcase)
May 01, 2001
Pulse generator fits a range of applications (Product Showcase)
May 01, 2001
New X-ray diffraction system from Bruker (Product Showcase)
May 01, 2001
Quantum-well intermixing leads to Intense products (Fiber-optic Components)
May 01, 2001
Blue emitter provides alternative to InGaN (research review)
May 01, 2001
Graded base doping aids InGaAsN HBTs (research review)
May 01, 2001
High temperature 1300nm VCSELs arrive (research review)
May 01, 2001
Hole etching forms single mode device (research review)
May 01, 2001
Monolithic arrays enable multi-wavelengths (research review)
May 01, 2001
Quantum dots with near-infrared output (research review)
May 01, 2001
Designing GaAs HBTs based on silicon (Silicon Update)
May 01, 2001
Bob Metzger describes a patent for a GaP/GaAs HBT emitter and Si base/collector structure.
Integration enables phone on a chip (Silicon Update)
May 01, 2001
Research in several camps suggests that the integration of front-end and baseband components in silicon technology may not be far off, writes Bob Metzger.
Taiwain's foundry race will have few winners (Cover Story - GaAs Manufacturing)
May 01, 2001
Taiwan's GaAs foundry companies have ambitious plans to capture large slices of the device wafer market, but most of these will not come to fruition, writes Tim Whitaker.
InGaP emitters make HBTs more reliable (Cover story - GaAs Manufacturing)
May 01, 2001
Using InGaP emitters in GaAs heterojunction bipolar transistors not only offers advantages in terms of cost and performance it makes for excellent reliability too. Barry Lin and Larry Wang summarize the findings of EiC's latest research studies.
Corning to boost production in Italy (Fiber Optics News)
Apr 01, 2001
Components market reaches $18 billion (Compound Semiconductor Markets)
Apr 01, 2001
The market for compound semiconductors has more than doubled in two years to be worth $18 billion. Tom Hausken of market research firm Strategies Unlimited explains why.

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