BLD

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BLDBoulder (Amtrak station code; Boulder, CO)
BLDBuild
BLDBlood
BLDBlade
BLDBlonde
BLDBlue Laser Diode
BLDBreakfast Lunch Dinner
BLDBig League Dreams (recreational sports facility; various locations)
BLDBaldwin Technology Company (various locations)
BLDBusiness Leadership Development (various organizations)
BLDBeam Limiting Device (radiation)
BLDBag Leak Detector
BLDBukas-Loob Sa Diyos (Filipino: Open In Spirit To God)
BLDBulgarian Land Development (real estate company)
BLDBeam Lead Device
BLDBASIC Bload Graphics (File Name Extension)
BLDBlack Lawyers Directory (UK)
BLDBibliothèque-Lecture-Développement (French: Reading Development Library; Senegal)
BLDBitches Love Drama
BLDBioanalytical Laboratory Director (New Jersey)
BLDBelow Limit of Detection
BLDBlue Lambency Downward (Kayo Dot music album)
BLDBaseline Design
BLDBangladesh Legal Decisions
BLDBanana Leaf Dressing
BLDBad Life Decision
BLDBoolean Logic Diagram
BLDBorder Line Detonation (spark ignited internal combustion engine)
BLDBig Liver Disease (visceral lymphomatosis, avian leukosis complex)
BLDBase Listing Document
BLDBachelor of Landscape Design
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Industrial blue laser diode systems from US firm Nuburu and Japanese company Shimadzu were exhibited for the first time at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco early in the year--Nuburu was a finalist for a Prism Award at the event.
"Producing a blue laser diode is a great step, but you need to get the cost down, the power output up, and the right color to use this in [an electronic] display," says R.L.
Based on GaN semi-polar blue laser diodes, LaserLight generates brilliant white light that is more than 10 times higher in luminance than today's LEDs, yet with minimal power consumption and long lifetime.
Based on GaN semi-polar blue laser diodes, LaserLight generates brilliant white light more than 10 times higher in luminance than today's LEDs, with minimal power consumption and long lifetime.
Red and blue laser diodes have been commercially available among the primary red-green-blue (RGB) colors,but there has been greater need for high output green laser diodes towards the development of high performance laser projectors and display devices.
It reviews recent research in Group III-Nitrides semiconductor materials, and on characterization, application, and development of the III-Nitrides semiconductor devices and nanoengineering for applications such as light emitting diodes (LEDS), blue laser diodes (LDs), photodetectors, and nano-devices.
Problems in mass producing the high-definition blue laser diodes needed for the Blu-ray DVD player in the machine has meant fewer machines than anticipated are available.