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solid-state

(of an electronic device) activated by a semiconductor component in which current flow is through solid material rather than in a vacuum
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The "Solid-State Cooling Market by Product (Refrigeration System and Cooling System), Type (Single Stage, Multi Stage, and Thermocycler), End-User Industry, Region - Global Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Fresh from the R&D lab at Rohde & Schwarz: The new high-power solid-state satellite uplink amplifier
The solid-state drive is a whole lot faster than the hard drive.
The solid-state power amplifier is as light, compact and energy-efficient as conventional tube amplifiers and superior to comparable solid-state products.
The Cupertino giant is allegedly working on a solid-state solution for the next Apple Watch buttons.
RoboSense has reached a strategic partnership with Alibaba to provide delivery vehicles with solid-state LiDARs for all G Plus unmanned logistics cars, drastically reducing the cost of the driverless vehicles.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), a Japan-based automaker, is reportedly developing a solid-state battery for electric vehicles.
Solid-State Source Driver/ Controller provides precise output control of solid-state sources on each channel, up to 20 channels in total.
Mark Lien's otherwise interesting article "Six Bold Steps for SSL" in the June 2016 issue of LD+A contained an incorrect statement that I have, unfortunately, seen in other discussions of solid-state lighting (SSL).
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 8, 2016-Comtech's subsidiary awarded USD3.4m order for solid-state power amplifiers

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