Foundry Builds on InP, GaAs, and GaN Wafers (.PDF Download)

Advanced defense electronics systems often start with microscopic devices like semiconductors as building blocks, and that’s certainly the case with Northrop Grumman and its high-volume, high-frequency semiconductor foundry. In addition to selling semiconductor devices such as amplifiers and transistors fabricated in the foundry, the company offers foundry services for its gallium-arsenide (GaAs), gallium-nitride (GaN

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