GaN: From Esoteric Tech to Market Mainstay (.PDF Download)

Aug. 26, 2016

The evolution of gallium nitride (GaN) from research and development to commercial deployment is the single largest technology disruption impacting the RF/microwave industry today. GaN has had a clear and profound effect on system performance, size, and weight across numerous RF applications, enabling system-level solutions that couldn’t be achieved with legacy semiconductor technologies. Still, GaN’s market potential has only just begun to be realized...

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