Results For: "power"

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  • Thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) compounds

    We have developed a series of deep blue TADF emitters for OLEDS. The emitters contain both carbazole donors and oxadiazole acceptors to effectively form excitons by a charge trapping mechanism.

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  • Novel wavelength division multiplexing for on-chip optical interlinks and active optical cables

    Our architecture consists of a single multi-wavelength laser and highly wavelength selective modulators and photodetectors, which eliminates the need for complex multiplexing circuitry. The devices are x100 smaller than those used in other architectures providing space and power saving benefits.

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  • Frequency modulated photonic crystal lasers

    Our new SiP+ laser employs a revolutionary method that sees the laser wavelength automatically locked to an ultra-low capacitance PhC resonator that provides direct modulation. This allows transceivers to operate in the 40-1000Gbps range in a simplified and cost-effective manner with an efficient po...

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  • High-speed on-chip optical interconnects

    The invention uses surface plasmon modes to guide light using a single interface between a metal and a dielectric. This provides a low loss, low power consumption optical modulator that permits front-end integration of electronics & photonics components with minimal change to electrical device manuf...

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  • Novel chemical probes of epigenetic protein function

    Researchers at the University of Dundee have developed a robust and original method for interrogating the activity of single bromodomain proteins, which will assist in exploring their role in the epigenetics of health and disease.

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  • New DC/DC Converter for High Power DC Grids

    Researchers of the University of Aberdeen have developed a new DC/DC converter for high power DC grids that eliminates most of the drawbacks of alternative technologies (e.g. short circuits or commutation failures). It can help address bulk power transmission, integration of renewable energy sources...

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  • Combined Tidal Stream/Reversible Hydrogen System for Balanced Renewable Generation

    By coupling the generators with a reversible fuel cell to store the spare energy as hydrogen gas, to be used later when needed, the reversible fuel cell should have good efficiency and reliability, as there are no pumps etc to use power or break down. It is also a simple,

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  • SOFCRoll - an advance in solid oxide fuel cell technology

    The SOFCRoll fuel cell overcomes many of the exisiting challenges of other solid oxide fuel cells. Its double spiral geometry reduces the cost and the number of steps in producing fuel cells. The SOFCRoll has been further developed by St Andrews Fuel Cells Ltd, and is now available to licence

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  • Condition Monitoring System for Reinforced Concrete Structures

    Heriot-Watt has UK patents pending for a reinforced concrete condition monitoring system providing 'real-time' information on water, hydration, ionic movement and temperature in the concrete cover-zone to inform preventative maintenance scheduling. The research group seeks commercial constructio...

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  • Ultra fast data transfer devices

    This technology from the University of Glasgow offers a new and cheaper way to achieve connectivity of more than 1000 times broadband speed.

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