31 March 2020
Latest issue of Semiconductor Today now available
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Published today and free of charge, Semiconductor Today’s latest issue covers all that is new in gallium arsenide (GaAs), indium phosphide (InP), nitrides, silicon carbide (SiC), silicon germanium (SiGe) and other compound semiconductor materials. The magazine also covers the devices and applications that these materials enable.
Articles in this issue include:
- Monolithic InAs quantum dot avalanche photodiode on silicon
- III–V photodetectors integrated with SOI transistors
- 3D imaging and sensing market growing at 20% CAGR to $15bn in 2025
- InP buffers on silicon for III–V laser diodes and data photonics
- Aluminium gallium nitride on silicon carbide for UV LEDs
- GaN-on-silicon platform for low-cost high-power electronics
- TSMC’s GaN-on-Si patents supporting ST’s strategic move towards power GaN adoption in automotive use
- Growing ε polytype gallium oxide with gallium nitride
- PiTrans project results in AlScN-based SAW resonators for smartphones
Plus, there's the news from organisations such as: II-VI Inc, Aixtron, Anokiwave, Bridgelux, CSA Catapult, CST Global, Emcore, EPC, EV Group, First Solar, Fraunhofer IAF, Furukawa, GaN Systems, GTAT, Infineon, IQE, Keysight, k-Space, LayTec, Lumentum, MACOM, Microchip Technology, NeoPhotonics, Nexperia, ON Semiconductor, Osram, Picosun, Plessey, POET, Qorvo, Raytheon, Skyworks, Soraa, STMicroelectronics, SweGan, Tower Semiconductor, Transphorm, Veeco, VisIC, X-Fab, and much more.
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