Discover the benefits of GaN-based devices in this paper by Würth Elektronik and STMicroelectronics. Silicon and GaN-based devices are compared on different factors and tested with different switching frequencies to explore the best uses for each technology.
In partnership with Würth Elektronik
This application guide will help you learn about DC-DC converters for wide bandgap semiconductor gate drivers. These components power IGBT, SiC, and GaN drivers and offer electric isolation to reduce common-mode interference in practical applications.
In partnership with MORNSUN
Learn how Infineon’s EZ-PD PMG1 high-voltage microcontroller enables embedded application designs that require high power and additional control capability for USB-PD 3.1 with an extended power range (EPR) of up to 140 W.
In partnership with Infineon Technologies
The APM32F407 communication power solution prioritizes stability to ensure optimal speed, accuracy, and smoothness. With a single MCU, it provides full digital control of the PFC and LLC units, enabling zero-voltage switching across the entire load range and improving efficiency and reliability. It is well-suited for use in various scenarios, such as commercial networks, servers, industrial AC and DC power supplies, new energy, and power storage.
In partnership with Geehy Semiconductor
ROHM has combined years of expertise and a vertically integrated design and manufacturing process to develop Nano Technology. This technology leverages advancements in circuit design for high speed and low power, optimizes the layout to reduce both parasitic effects and size, and carries out semiconductor processing for maximum yield and reliability.
In partnership with ROHM Semiconductor
A new and improved GaN technology is moving from the cell phone charger market into higher power, high-reliability applications. EE Power spoke with Navitas’ Stephen Oliver to find out how, and we’ve got everything engineers need to know.
September 25, 2023 by Barbara Vergetis Lundin