Power Supply Design Notes: LTspice Simulations with GaN Devices
Over the years, technological improvements have made it possible to obtain high-level performance from power devices. Gallium nitride (GaN) is different from silicon (Si). It is a material similar to crystal, capable of conducting a much higher voltage. Electric current can pass through components more easily than silicon components, making it more efficient and developing less heat. Even with this new type of material, the best electronic simulation programs are enriching their libraries of these components, used in power devices. This article explains how to import and use a library of GaN components with the LTspice program to perform any type of electronic simulation…
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