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GaN-Based Wireless Power Transfer for 5G Applications

2021-04-05T16:59:03-05:00April 5th, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured|

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

Solution for Cross-Conduction in Half-Bridge GaN Applications

2021-04-05T15:36:39-05:00April 5th, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured|

Optical isolated probe for the diagnosis of cross-conduction In order to carry out the process of diagnosis of cross-conduction or potential cross-conduction, the easiest and most authentic way is to check the deadtime with the help of two probes, existing at the extreme sides (high- and low-side driving signals) simultaneously. Various challenges are associated with

Unique Challenges B2B Tech Companies Face In Moving From Early Adopters To The Mainstream

2021-03-29T16:53:41-05:00March 29th, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured, GaN Systems|

GaN Systems CEO Jim Witham writes on the widening chasm between early adopter and the mainstream, and how to bridge it. Addressing the challenges that technology companies face in moving from early adopters to mainstream customers has been a topic of conversation among entrepreneurs since Geoffrey Moore wrote “Crossing the Chasm” 30 years ago. That

AirFuel Resonant Wireless Power Is Set to Delight Consumers

2021-03-29T10:47:29-05:00March 29th, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured|

The first installment of a 3-part series on choosing the right wireless power solution for your business. Charging cords are the last wires left in our lives. The fundamental science behind wireless power has been known for more than a century, and products featuring wireless power have been available for a couple of decades (think

10 Things To know About SiC

2021-03-24T13:23:12-05:00March 24th, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured|

Silicon carbide (SiC), a semiconductor compound consisting of silicon (Si) and carbon (C), belongs to the wide bandgap (WBG) family of materials. Its physical bond is very strong, giving the semiconductor a high mechanical, chemical and thermal stability. The wide band gap and high thermal stability allow SiC devices to be used at junction temperatures

Energy Storage Systems Boost Electric Vehicles’ Fast Charger Infrastructure

2021-03-24T11:54:27-05:00March 24th, 2021|Categories: Analog Devices, Article, Featured|

Electric vehicles (EVs) will gain more and more market share, eventually taking over internal combustion engine vehicles. Direct current (dc) fast charging stations will replace, or integrate, petrol stations. Renewable energies will be used to power them, such as solar and wind. People will desire to charge their EVs in less than 15 minutes and

Renewable Energy Storage with GaN Brings Utopia Within Reach

2021-03-16T10:24:31-05:00March 16th, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured, GaN Systems|

While world leaders take center stage pushing out massive climate agendas and policies to better protect the environment, there is an untold story unfolding about the renewable energy storage industry and its role shaping our future and maybe even saving the planet. Yes, it’s a bold assumption but not unrealistic given the steady growth of

Power Supply Design Notes: LTspice Simulations with GaN Devices

2021-03-07T10:38:16-06:00March 2nd, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured|

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

10 Things to know about GaN

2021-03-02T09:49:35-06:00March 2nd, 2021|Categories: Article, Featured|

Wide bandgap materials such as gallium nitride (GaN) are emerging as the technology to take electronic performance to the next level. GaN-based electronic components offer a number of important advantages over silicon devices, including more compact size, higher power density, higher efficiency, lower switching losses, and better thermal management. These factors are critical to meeting

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