E2v and Dynex win DTI funding

December 2006
Electronics Weekly;12/13/2006, Issue 2269, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that E2V Technologies and Dynex Semiconductor Ltd. have secured DTI funding to develop a new type of highly efficient power converter technology. Both the companies will be developing a multi-phase, resonant power converter technology that can be used to improve energy efficiencies by reducing switching losses in radio and communication systems.


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