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Home > News > OIDA Projects 'Opto-mism' in Optoelectronics Markets

March 7th, 2007

OIDA Projects 'Opto-mism' in Optoelectronics Markets

Abstract:
This year's review is not only a fully revised and updated editionof the 2005 review; it also has been extended with a number of new chapters. These include optoelectronics defense research and development, telecommunications, optical networking and data communications, medical optoelectronics, UV materials, solar cells, nanotechnology, and image sensors. Expanded chapters include HB-LEDs, and lasers.

In summary, the optoelectronics market in 2005 was once again vibrant, with almost all categories, applications, and technologies, demonstrating solid revenue progress over 2004. It is expected that a similar performance in the market will continue into 2006-2007.

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