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Using visible light and low cost naturally occuring photocatalyst materials, Heriot-Watt University has developed an additive manufacturing process for producing seed layers prior to electroless processing of flexible polyimide circuits.
We now seek commercial partners in flex/ flex-rigid PCB ma...
Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, Scotland) has patent pending for a high power laser source in the femtosecond pulse range (sub 500-fs). Avaialble for license or purchase, this ultrafast OPO laser source is suitable for application within micromachining, waveguide fabrication, and bio-imaging tech...
University of Glasgow researchers have developed a resonant tunneling diode (RTD) Optoelectronic integrated circuit (OEIC) technology that provides high bandwidth electronic gain through the negative differential resistance (NDR) of the resonant tunneling diode...
Heriot-Watt University has demonstrated lightweight high accuracy Fiber Brag Grating (FBG) network interrogators targeting applications within Civil engineering, Aerospace, biosensing and chemical detection. This patent pending technology is available for license or further development.
The new methodology employs types of multipliers as switches. Such devices may be found with intrinsic bandwidths of many Gigahertz and because they are designed to be high frequency components have very small internal capacitances. The non-linearity inherent in the multiplication process will &ldqu...