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A study by Strategies Unlimited (Mountain View, CA) forecasts that the infrared light-emitting-diode market will rise from $685 million in 1994 to $1.3 billion in 1999 due to demands for device mobility and low-cost connectivity. . . . "Detector-Based Radiometry at the National Institute for Standards and Technology" (Gaithersburg, MD) will be a session at the Measurement Science Conference (Newport Beach, CA) to be held in Anaheim, CA, on January 26, 1996. . . . An 11.3-in., color video graphic

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A study by Strategies Unlimited (Mountain View, CA) forecasts that the infrared light-emitting-diode market will rise from $685 million in 1994 to $1.3 billion in 1999 due to demands for device mobility and low-cost connectivity. . . . "Detector-Based Radiometry at the National Institute for Standards and Technology" (Gaithersburg, MD) will be a session at the Measurement Science Conference (Newport Beach, CA) to be held in Anaheim, CA, on January 26, 1996. . . . An 11.3-in., color video graphics array, active thin-film-transistor display for notebook computers has been introduced by NEC Electronics (Mountain View, CA). . . . Silicon Mountain (Colorado Springs, CO) and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will develo¥a miniaturized solid-state imager with a disposable imaging head for use in endoscopic medical procedures. . . . Kodak Japan (Tokyo) is producing a high-sensitivity 1.6 million-pixel CCD traffic-monitoring camera that can provide clear, still black-and-white pictures of fast-moving vehicles at night.

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