Technical Features

November 2015
Impact of UnitedSiC Gen 4 Technology on Electric Vehicles

Table 1: Comparison of parameters for G4 750V SiC FETs with similar 650V SiC MOSFETs and 600V Superjunction fast diode FETs

The automotive market for Silicon Carbide (SiC) devices is widely expected to exceed the $1.5 billion threshold in 2025 with an annual growth rate (CAGR) of 38 percent. This is driven by the value provided by SiC based components in On-board chargers, DC-DC converters and in Traction inverters. With the launch of
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01/05/2021
The implementation of 3-phase brush-less direct current (BLDC) motors is becoming increasingly widespread in contemporary automobile designs. There are now a multitude of different places inside the latest vehicles (from luxury right through to economy models) where they can be found - having proved themselves to
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11/06/2015
Once limited to simple devices like walking or running step counters, wearable devices have become more advanced seemingly overnight. From vibration-from-speech generating vests for the deaf, to Google Glass, to advanced fitness activity trackers, to night vision equipment, to heads-up imaging displays, wearable de
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11/05/2015
Despite the development of ultralow power integrated devices, the overall demand for power at a system level is only increasing. At the same time, OEMs remain under pressure to make their end-applications physically smaller, which continues to drive demand for smaller and more efficient power supplies. While improveme
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11/05/2015
When the first generation of silicon carbide (SiC) Schottky diodes was introduced more than 10 years ago, their widespread adoption was somewhat challenged by unforeseen dV/dt limitations within certain manufacturers’ devices. In particular, devices with lower dV/dt capability were susceptible to failure from larg
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11/05/2015
The longstanding worldwide trend in telecommunication has been away from fixed (wireline) service and towards wireless communication (see Figure 1). Meanwhile, as part of the convergence of tele- and data-communication, network traffic has been increasing by an order of magnitude roughly every four to five years. Fo
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11/05/2015
The explosion of Internet applications and data usage has put a great deal of pressure on servers and their related infrastructures. This massive growth of resources poses questions on energy demand to the major Internet providers and server makers, increasing the demand for more efficient energy utilization. Every wasted wa
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Date:
11/05/2015
Advanced technologies are driving innovations in mobile healthcare delivery - exciting diagnostic and monitoring telehealth and eHealth devices that allow physicians to reach more people more efficiently, even in remote regions of the world. Optimal patient comfort and mobility depends on packaging more features in
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Date:
11/01/2015