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GaN starts to encroach on LDMOS' dominance of the power transistor market
Typically, RF power transistors have been supplied in ceramic packages, but as LDMOS technology develops, so too does packaging technology and devices from the lower end of the power range can be specified in plastic packages. “Ceramic packages ...
STMicroelectronics Redefines Power-Conversion Efficiency with New Technology
Geneva, March 3, 2016 -- The latest MDmesh™ DM2 N-channel Power MOSFET transistors from STMicroelectronics create new opportunities for power-supply designers to achieve greater efficiency in low-voltage power supplies for computers, telecom ...
Verification Facing Unique Inflection Point
He said there would be no end to the decrease in cost per transistor and that EDA would continue to track the growth of the larger semiconductor industry. “If we look at the growth of design engineers, it has been about 3.
Q&A: WPI's Professor Alexander Emanuel on the Future of Power Electronics
The early engineers started with the mercury rectifiers, and then moved on to the thyratron and magnetic amplifiers, then to the copper-oxide rectifier, followed by four layers solid-state switches and power transistors. Dedicated ...
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