Amorphous Silicon to Fall Under Export Controls

A Working Group of the Wassenaar group of countries has reached agreement to control amorphous silicon microbolometers and cameras as dual-use items. The next step is to initiate a three week “silence procedure” starting on April 29. If no objections are received from member countries, the new control language will become effective.|

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