Silicon Carbide (SiC)
A material with relatively good thermal conductivity, about 420 watts per meter per kelvin (W/mK), used for substrates on which GaN-HEMT crystals are grown.
 Gallium nitride (GaN)
A wide band-gap semiconductor material that operates with a higher breakdown-voltage than semiconductor technologies based on previous materials, such as silicon (Si)- or gallium-arsenide (GaAs)-based technologies.
 High electron mobility transistor (HEMT)
A field-effect transistor that takes advantage of operation of the electron layer at the boundary between semiconductor materials with different bandgaps, which is relatively rapid compared to that within conventional semiconductors. Invented in 1980 by Fujitsu, this technology is currently used in a number of IT applications, including satellite transceivers, cellular equipment, GPS-based navigation systems, and broadband wireless networking systems.
 Room-temperature bonding
A technology in which surfaces of different materials are cleaned in a vacuum by an argon beam and bonded at room temperature. Also known as surface activated bonding. This can bond materials that have different coefficients of thermal expansion.
 Thermal resistance reduced to 61%
Equivalent to an 80°C reduction in surface temperature in a 200-W class device.
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Date: 07 December, 2017
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