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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SEP8506-002 Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Infrared Sensors - Emitters - Plastic and Ceramic Package SEP8506 Series GaAs Infrared Emitting Diode, Side-emitting Plastic Package
SE1450-001L Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Infrared Sensors - Emitters - Metal Package SE1450-001(L) Series GaAs Infrared Emitting Diode, Metal Can Coaxial
SE5455-001 Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Infrared Sensors - Emitters - Metal Package SE5455 Series GaAs Infrared Emitting Diode, TO-46 Metal Can
QSE773E3R0 Digi-Key Fairchild Semiconductor Sensors, Transducers PHOTODIODE GAAS 940NM SIDELOOKER

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  • Trends in Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Front-End Technology
    specifically for this niche in systems ranging from RF-frequency cellular handsets to millimeter-wave frequency point-to-point radio transceivers. Examples of the use of specialized front-end technologies are: combining surface acoustic wave devices with GaAs switches and power amplifies in a handset modules
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    MEMC says new technique improves wafers for higher yields U.K. to help Filtronic set up GaAs fab in Fujitsu plant France, Italy to lose control of STMicroelectronics IMP names interim CEO and COO Linear Technology to appeal ruling in patent case against Micrel Rudolph names Smith as U.S. sales
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    SRAM duties CVD Equipment expects 40% growth in tool sales during 2000 New Orders & Design Wins TDK offers 3.3/5-volt versions of line interface transceivers GaAs crystal discovery eases chip fab modeling India readies laws to protect IC layouts, designs Microchip unveils smaller 2.7-V op amp
  • Fiber optic temperature solutions for generator and transformer
    of PTFE, at the sensor tip a GaAs-crystal (gallium arsenide) is attached. The GaAs based technology is ideal for smart grid temperature monitoring in transformers. The probe sensor is completely non-conductive. Optocon’s fiber optic temperature sensors offer complete immunity to RFI and EMI
  • Medical Device Link . Packaging Technology for Miniature IVD Instrumentation
    and tested, and eliminating the need to introduce a new design platform. Batch fabrication, thereby reducing the cost per unit. Applicability to different types of substrates (e.g., silicon, GaAs, quartz, plastics), facilitating the assembly of multidomain modules fabricated using their optimal
  • Advantages of using LCP based pre-molded leadframe packages for RF & MEMS applications
    . management and grounding. To work with these. Alumina. aspects a number of leadframe materials can be. 300. Solder. GaAs. utilized. Copper (CTE 9.7) is a preferred choice. 250. Silicon. due to thermal conductivity (see table 1), cost,. Silvar. available plating finishes and manufacturing. 200. Copper Moly
  • Smart Packages for CPV Cell Devices
    : • Potential for solar cell efficiencies. greater than 40%. • No moving parts. • No intervening heat transfer surface. • Near-ambient temperature operation.  . • No thermal mass; fast response.  . • Reduction in costs of cells relative to. Figure 2. A typical GaAs 1 mm x1 mm CPV cell. Figure 3
  • Isolator vs. Optocoupler Technology
    the addition of silicone filler (see Figure 3). Optocouplers are fabricated in gallium-arsenide (GaAs) process technologies that are notorious for wide parametric variation over temperature, high input current, relatively short time-dependent device breakdown (TDDB) and inherent wear-out mechanisms

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