31 August 2020
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Published today and free of charge, Semiconductor Today’s latest issue covers all that is new in gallium arsenide (GaAs), indium phosphide (InP), nitrides, silicon carbide (SiC), silicon germanium (SiGe) and other compound semiconductor materials. The magazine also covers the devices and applications that these materials enable.
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Articles in this issue include:
- Carrier-localization engineering for DUV LEDs
- Effectively releasing tensile stress in AlN thick film for lowdefect-density AlN/sapphire template
- Phosphor-free white LEDs for efficient displays & communications
- Baking and plasma-enhanced low-temperature GaN ALD
- Boosting mobility in InAlGaN-barrier heterostructure
- GaN complementary logic on silicon using normally-off transistors
- ALLOS transferring RF & power electronics patents & knowhow to new GaN-on-Si entrant Azur Space
- Smartphone shipments fall 15.7% year-on-year to 279.7 million in Q2
Plus, there's the news from organisations such as: II-VI, Aixtron, ALLOS, AMEC, AOI, Ascatron, AWSC, AXT, BluGlass, Compound Photonics, CompoundTek, Cree, CST Global, EasyGaN, Emcore, EPC, EVG, First Solar, GaN Systems, Infineon, Infinera, IntelliEPI, Instrument Systems, Leadrive Technology, Lumentum, Lumileds, MACOM, Mitsubishi, Navitas, NeoPhotonics, ON Semiconductor, Qorvo, ROHM, Siltronic, Skyworks, SweGaN, Transphorm, Ushio, Veeco, VIGO, and much more.
See company profiles from Aixtron, EV Group, Goodfellow, k-Space, LayTec, Oxford Instruments, and Veeco.
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