Revving Up SiC And GaN

Silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are becoming more popular for power electronics, particularly in automotive applications, driving down costs as volumes scale up and increasing the demand for better tools to design, verify, and test these wide-bandgap devices. David Vye, senior product marketing manager, discusses RF-enabled commercial systems using GaN and SiC.

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