31 October 2021
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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:
- MOCVD tunnel junctions beat ITO for blue micro-LEDs
- Red InGaN micro-LEDs for displays
- Increased current for red InGaN micro-LEDs
- SMART uses intrinsic defects to form indium-rich quantum dots yielding long-wavelength InGaN LEDs
- Stacking three III–nitride light-emitting diodes
- More evidence for Auger causing GaN LED efficiency droop
- Epitaxy equipment market growing at 8% CAGR to $1.1bn in 2026
- GaN complementary logic platform
Plus, there's the news from organisations such as: III-V Epi, 5N Plus, II-VI Inc, AmpliTech Group, Aixtron, Ascent Solar, Axcelis, Cambridge GaN Devices, Cree, EPC, Gallium Semiconductor, GaN Systems, Guerrilla RF, IMEC, IQE, Keysight, Lumentum, MACOM, Meister Abrasives, Mitsubishi, Naprotek, Navitas, Nitride Semiconductors, NREL, Oxford Instruments, Phononic, Picosun, POET, Porotech, Princeton Infrared Technologies, Qorvo, Riber, ROHM, Showa Denko, Sivers Semiconductors, Toshiba, Transphorm, Trumpf, Vector Photonics, Veeco, Wolfspeed, Zephyr Solar, and much more.
See company profiles from Aixtron, EV Group, Goodfellow, k-Space, LayTec, Oxford Instruments, and Veeco.
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