Articles

November 2016
Power Electronics Europe reports on the recent advances in gallium nitride transistors, the inroads made across various market segments and the outlook for further adoption.
November 2016
Power Electronics Europe editor, Achim Scharf, reflects on electronica 2016 and the impact of electronics, and GaN transistors, on automotive systems.
November 2016
AT&S compares ECP versus conventional IC packages and conventional circuit board assembly. Results show ECP helps miniaturization due to higher integration, improved reliability, and excellent thermal performance.
November 2016
For datacenter and base station applications, this article compares the efficiency of 100 V GaN transistors to that of the latest generation MOSFETs with design details and test results.
November 2016
Fraunhofer has developed a resonant DC/DC converter using GaN transistors designed especially for applications in aviation, where compatibility between the economic and ecological challenges plays a major role.
October 2016
In this article, published by EDN's Steve Taranovich and selected as one of EDN's Hot 100 Products of 2016, Silicon Labs Si827x ISOdrivers and GaN Systems' GS66508B-EVBHB evaluation board provide power system designers with an indispensable tool for continually improving the performance of their power supply products.
October 2016
Customer Pi Innovo describes their experience using GaN transistors in 12V to 300V electric and hybrid vehicle BLDC motor controller applications.
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Press Releases

April 2017
GaN Systems' investors Chrysalix and Cycle capital receive awards for investing in clean technology.
March 2017
Replacing legacy silicon-based MOSFETs and IGBTs with GaN transistors eliminates the requirement for fans and heat sinks.
March 2017
The 650 V family of GaN transistors provides the ideal solution that enables efficient resonant wireless charging at power levels from 20 W to 2,500 W.
March 2017
GaN Systems will demonstrate wireless power transfer and a broad range of commercial power modules in Shanghai!
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Videos

April 2017
Power module performance is optimized using GaN transistors when attention is paid to heat transfer and thermal inductance.
April 2017
Gill Electronics' wireless charging pad uses GaN transistors to produce 70 W of power...enough to charge multiple devices!
April 2017
GaN Systems compares the performance of SiC vs GaN in a switching power supply using 650 V transistors @ 15 A.
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