Inside Track with John Palmour, Co-Founder and CTO, Wolfspeed (.PDF Download)

Nov. 3, 2015

Earlier this year, Cree announced that its Power and RF division would become a standalone company. The new company, Wolfspeed, was introduced in September. John Palmour, who serves as Wolfspeed’s Chief Technology Officer, is one of Cree’s original founders. He spoke to Microwaves & RF about the Wolfspeed move, and provided his insight into RF technology—specifically gallium nitride...

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