Evaluation platform and associated documentation from GaN Systems GaN E-HEMT fast switching, low Coss, and zero QRR enables a new level of performance for Class D Audio amplifiers. This GaN-based EVB platform provides an excellent reference design for implementing a high performance, low cost audio system. The Class D amplifier and companion power supply designs
GaN transistors are increasingly used in various fields: in the automotive sector, for the supply of electrical power, and for the conversion and use of current. These components will soon replace their respective predecessors. This article takes a look at how to better manage the different operating conditions, including critical ones, in order to optimize
Today, most power supply roadmaps have GaN transistors incorporated into them as a key platform. The advantages of GaN transistors compared to Si MOSFETs, IGBTs, and SiC MOSFETs means engineers are extensively designing them into their systems. However, these advancements with GaN transistors in switching power supplies have also made characterizing the performance of these
A Customer Collaborative Approach GaN transistors have repeatedly demonstrated that they increase the performance and reduce the cost of Power Electronic systems. But are GaN transistors up to the task from a Quality and Reliability perspective? The answer is…Yes. Topics reviewed in this white paper include: JEDEC and AEC-Q101 standards Test methodology relevant to
A detailed look at Class D Audio Amplifier design and the many benefits with GaN Systems Power Transistors In this webinar you’ll learn: Why Class D is state of the art amplifier design Why GaN technology and GaN Systems is the best choice for Class D amplifier design How to complete a design quickly
GaN Systems offers a reference design for a 65-W quasi-resonant charger targeting consumer electronics, such as smartphones and laptops. The design addresses the consumer demand for smaller, lighter, and faster chargers by leveraging the benefits of GaN technology, including high switching speed, low on-resistance, and zero reverse recovery. The main components of the design circuit
A recently-released reference design for a GaN-based QR adaptor opens a discussion: How do quasi-resonant flyback converters work? And what are the virtues and limitations of designing a GaN-based power converter? Read More!
Learn how GaN is revolutionizing wired and wireless power in this webinar. Topics include: Wireless Power vision Limitations with WPT1.0 Wireless power user requirements -> WPT2.0 Why GaN for WPT2.0? What is GaN GaN reliability, maturity and market acceptance Watch now!
New Reference Design Leads in Size, Thermals, EMI, And Efficiency Performance GaN Systems, the global leader in GaN (gallium nitride) power semiconductors, has announced a new reference design for a high power density 65W QR (quasi-resonant) charger targeted for the consumer electronics market, including mobile phone and laptop computer applications. The reference design comprises of