Electro Optics November is out now!
Electro Optics is proud to announce the launch of our November print issue!
This month we have articles exploring the increasing efficiency of microLEDs, advances in lithograpghy for microchip manufacturing, the application of deep learning in microscopy, and more!
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- Nasa-funded laser network to knock space junk off orbit
- Intel's Ireland fab starts high volume EUV production
- Red microLED with record brightness developed
- New silicon photonic chip advances quantum technology
- Lockheed Martin to supply US army with 300kW laser weapons
- Bosch's quantum start-up begins work with pilot customers
Features and analysis
Deep learning represents a solution to a number of microscopy challenges, however developers must carefully consider how they will be used by humans to ensure clinical success
Despite already existing at the cutting edge, innovation in lithography shows no signs of slowing down
With microLEDs set to lead the charge in the AR/VR boom, the race is on to increase their efficiency. But which technology will come out on top?
A new IEEE LiFi standard has set the stage for a transformative journey in the world of wireless communication
Case studies and white papers
A look at the importance of the light source when increasing spatial resolution in fluorescence microscopy
Learn how Admesy’s Prometheus Colorimeter has been seamlessly integrated into FF Pictures’ InnoPQ HDR measurement system, revolutionising the fields of quality control, research, and development
How swift testing is playing a crucial role in unleashing the power of microLEDs
A look at the current market for beam analysis and some of the photonics products, tools and instruments available
We detail the commercial product offerings from some of the main players in optical mirrors