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    Graphene LEDs

    The University of Manchester has made LEDs using a quantum well heterostructure made from 2d materials including graphene, boron nitride, and molybdenum disulphide.

    Efficiency isn’t far behind OLEDs.

    For more, scroll to the bottom of this graphene led story on the main Electronics Weekly website…

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    Wearables Bollox

    Wearables has always seemed to me to be a bollox market but analysts IDC have done their best to give it substance…

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    Most read Gadget Master posts in March

    By the power of Google Analytics, let’s see what was hot on Gadget Master in the month of March.

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    For very fat leds, a 20A (40A peak) driver chip - and it's agile

      Linear Tech’s LT3744 synchronous buck converter is designed to deliver 20A constantly from 12V, or 40A pulsed – this is 80 or 160W according to the company, so it is assuming 4V Vf.

    As it is intended for use in projectors, the design allows quick transitions between output current levels…

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    Only Connect: On innovations for RJ45 connectors

    Welcome to another post in the series by Nick Locke, of Nicab Ltd, who has over 15 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry specialising in interconnection cable assembly…

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    Military-Industrial Complex Boosted

    The Kennedy administration seems to promise to the three military services – Air Force, Army and Navy – much of what the Eisenhower administration denied them.

    So, 55 years ago, starts a story in Electronics Weekly’s edition of November 30 1960…

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