5G is the latest-generation network that is poised to power the IoT. Networks running 5G will be up to 20× faster than the existing 4G network, enabling video download speeds up to 10× faster. High-performance power semiconductors such as gallium nitride (GaN), silicon carbide (SiC), and gallium arsenide (GaAs) are playing a key role in 5G radio-frequency (RF) solutions, wireless power transfer (WPT), and base-station power supplies. To meet power requirements, OEMs are turning to GaN in particular. A GaN-based power system can offer a good option to support the stringent demands of data transmission and energy efficiency requirements…

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