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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:

  • Annealing InP quantum dot MBE structures for laser diodes
  • Re-assessing assumptions on internal quantum efficiency
  • Red InGaN LEDs for visible light communications
  • Thick single quantum well InGaN LEDs with high external quantum efficiency and low droop
  • QPT’s modules enable GaN to operate at up to 20MHz without overheating or RF issues
  • Infineon launches EU projects for power electronics and AI
  • Progress towards complementary GaN on silicon

Plus, there's the news from organisations such as: Aehr Test Systems, Aixtron, AmpliTech, AXT, Ayar Labs, BAE Systems, BluGlass, Cambridge GaN Devices, Coherent, CompoundTek, CSA Catapult, CSconnected, Emcore, EPC, EVG, Foxconn, First Solar, GaN Systems, Infineon, Innoscience, IQE, Lumentum, Lumileds, Luminus, MACOM, Mitsubishi Electric, Mojo Vision, Navitas, Nexperia, NUBURU, NXP, Odyssey, Onsemi, POET, Porotech, Qorvo, Riber, ROHM, Seoul Semiconductor, SICC, Sivers, Skyworks, TanKeBlue, Transphorm, UMC, Veeco, Vishay, Wolfspeed, and much more.

See company profiles from Aixtron, EV Group, Goodfellow, k-Space, LayTec, Oxford Instruments, and Veeco.

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