Intematix making strides in remote phosphors for LEDs, but likely to face increasing competition

Intematix (see the February 1, 2012 LREEJ) recently announced the release of its “Ruby” series of red nitride phosphors for general lighting and backlighting for liquid crystal display (LCD) televisions. The company claimed that the red nitride phosphor in combination with its green aluminate (GAL) ...

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