Two Contracts Move Closer the Prospect of Single Crystal Diamond Transistors
Diamond Microwave Devices Ltd, DMD, has won a contract from MBDA, Europe’s leading missile systems company, relating to the development of a transistor based on single crystal synthetic diamond material. At the same time, DMD has placed a contract with the London Centre for Nanotechnology, part of University College London, UCL, to help it with studies related to diamond’s electronic properties.
Best Paper at Key Technical Conference awarded to Element Six Researcher
Richard Balmer, senior scientist at Element Six in Ascot, has been awarded the accolade of “Best Paper” delivered at the 2007 Technical Conference run by The Electro-Magnetic Remote Sensing (EMRS) Defence Technology Centre (DTC) and the Systems Engineering for Autonomous Systems (SEAS) DTC. The conference was held in Edinburgh between 10th and 11th July.
DMD sign up leading processing firm, INEX, to develop fabrication technology for its novel electronic devices.
Diamond Microwave Devices, a subsidiary of Element Six Ltd, has signed a contract with INEX to provide the processing technology for its electronic development programme. DMD is working on the next generation of high-power, high temperature semiconductor devices for microwave power electronics.
Element Six and Filtronic team up to develop high-frequency diamond electronic devices.
Diamond Microwave Devices (DMD) is a new subsidiary set up by Element Six, a world leader in the development of Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) diamond technology. This new company aims to develop novel diamond semiconductor materials and processing technology that will help create the next generation of high-power, high temperature semiconductor devices for use in microwave power amplifiers and transmitters.