PSDcast

June 2019
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Paul Hart, Senior Vice President and General Manager – Radio Frequency, at NXP Semiconductors

In this episode of the PSDcast, we’re discussing 5G and what it’ll take to build out the infrastructure. It’s no exaggeration to say that 5G will transform telecommunications as we know it and further enable the Internet
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Date:
06/28/2019
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UnitedSiC's President and CEO, Chris Dries

In this episode of the PSDcast, we’re chatting silicon carbide with UnitedSiC (that’s United Ess-Eye-See – no one on this podcast is “sick,” pronunciations notwithstanding
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Date:
06/25/2019
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Josh Broline from Renesas

In this episode of the PSDcast, we’re chatting with Renesas about GaN FETs for satellites. Wide-bandgap semiconductors have enabled a host of applications, or boosted their efficiency, and for gallium nitride field-effect transistors, one of the more interesting applications is literally out of this world.
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Date:
06/18/2019

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Seoul Semiconductor’s Mark McClear

Most of us intuitively feel that natural sunlight is better than artificial light, whatever the color temperature. And the science backs it up. But today, we’re focusing on the aesthetic qualities, and just last month, Seoul Semiconductor 
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Date:
06/14/2019
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Dr. Juanita Kurtin, Director of Materials Research at OSRAM Opto Semiconductors

Date:
06/13/2019
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White light visibility using Twister

In this episode of the PSDcast, we’re discussing LED no-UV lighting. In our May issue, we published an article with the apt title “
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Date:
06/06/2019
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Infineon’s Stephan Zizala

In this episode of the PSDcast, we’re discussing an electric vehicle partnership between Infineon and Volkswagen, specifically the latter’s “FAST” supplier
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Date:
06/06/2019
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Wi-Charge Chief Marketing Officer Yuval Boger

In this episode of the PSDcast, we’re discussing a unique approach to wireless power – Israeli start-up Wi-Charge uses infrared light to transmit usable energy.
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Date:
06/04/2019