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Proving the Ruggedness of GaN technology in Automotive and Demanding Application - issue 4/2020
To achieve the most efficient power conversion circuit requires the best semiconductor switch as the fundamental building block. Many people now consider gallium nitride to be a better switch than...
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Linear voltage regulators operate at automotive temperatures
Designed for high reliability, high temperature applications, the CMT-Antares is Cissoid's latest regulator.
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MMIC amplifier claims a breakthrough Ku-band

Covering the 13.5 to 14.75GHz commercial satcom band, the 30W GaN MMIC, two-stage, high power amplifier will allow the satcom industry to achieve higher power, more efficient Ku-Band designs, than the incumbent TWT or GaAs ones used today, claims the company.

The 50Ω MMIC is available in a compact, 25 x 9.6mm, 10-lead, metal/ceramic flanged package (CMPA1D1E025F), or as a bare die (CMPA1D1E030D). It operates at 40V VDD, and delivers satcom measured performance of 20dB linear gain at 42dBm average output power, while maintaining linearity under the -33dBc OQPSK signal, and with adjacent channel power at a drain efficiency of 20%. The amplifier is claimed to deliver higher breakdown voltage, power density, a


nd thermal conductivity than comparable Si, GaAs, or GaN-on-Si transistors, in addition to wider bandwidth performance.



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