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light emitting diode.
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The blue-green-streaked wings of the swallowtail butterfly harbor an intricate optical system with a design reminiscent of the latest in light-emitting diode technology, researchers now report.
have now devised a way to enhance the electronic and optical properties of a polymer that is widely used for making organic light-emitting diodes.
Meanwhile, Mayor James Hahn has ordered the DWP to cough up the funds to replace the city's traffic lights - the ones that tell cars, not pedestrians, to stop and go - with light-emitting diodes.
2011 US Import and Export Market for Diodes, Transistors,Similar Semiconductor Devices; Photosensitive Semiconductor Devices; and Light-Emitting Diodes
31 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers fit and soldered 600 light-emitting diode chips the size of dust specks into silicon housings in just 2 minutes.
During 2006 to 2012, the annual compound growth rate of the global light-emitting diode market will reach 10%, most of which will mainly be contributed by the ultra high and high brightness light-emitting diodes.
Despite being the mainstay material of electronics, silicon generally is ill-suited for light-producing devices such as lasers and light-emitting diodes.
Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are likely to be one of the key technologies of the future, particularly in the context of display and lighting applications.
The cylinder's top would hold a photodetector that measures the total amount of light emitted at any given moment by all the light-emitting diodes.
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors' light-emitting diodes (LEDs) now illuminate the fa[?
A display made with a lasing film could be a thousand times brighter than one made with light-emitting diodes, he adds.