Q&A: Wide Bandgap Semiconductors Poised to Make a Splash
With silicon nearing its physical limits, electronics manufacturers are turning to non-traditional semiconducting materials, notably wide-bandgap (WBG) semiconductors. Some are adopting these technologies to hit cost and performance targets that otherwise can’t be reached, and while others seek to differentiate their products from their competitors’. Larry Spaziani, vice president of sales and marketing at GaN Systems sat down with EE Times to discuss the market prospects wide-bandgap semiconductors…
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