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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Texas Instruments Wide Bandgap Solutions Texas Instruments
Wide bandgap (WBG) technologies, such as gallium nitride (GaN), play a crucial role in answering the demand for greater efficiency, performance, and reliability of high-voltage systems.

How WBG Is a Step Toward Efficiency Being “1” Littelfuse
Wide Bandgap SiC MOSFETs from Littelfuse enable engineers to narrow down the gap between the current efficiency and the dream-value of “1” with a greater safety-margin to achieve their industrial power supply solutions.

New Tech Tuesdays: When Resiliency and Power is Needed, Call on Wide Bandgap Tommy Cummings
Design engineers can employ WBG semiconductors in diverse applications, ranging from motor drives and power supplies to automotive and transportation systems, including hybrid and electric vehicles, aircraft, and ships.

Wide Bandgap Enhances Power Conversion Paul Lee
Wide bandgap semiconductors are an enabling technology for a significant improvement in power-conversion efficiency, saving money, and helping to conserve energy in industrial, IT, and consumer applications.

Why SiC Devices Are Ideal for Level 3 EV Charging Applications Robert Huntley
Charging an EV can be a lengthy process, however, Level 3 “fast” DC charging techniques promise much faster charging capabilities that reduce charging times to minutes instead of hours. This efficiency relies on high-speed power conversion, for which new wide-bandgap technologies are well suited.

SiC Devices Usurp Si MOSFETs and Diodes in Servers, Motors, EVs Bill Schweber
Switching devices—both transistors and diodes—based on silicon-on-carbide (SiC) are redefining capabilities of power-related circuits. These offer far better efficiency and range than today’s best silicon-only MOSFETs, IGBTs, and diodes, and are already in widespread use in top-tier data centers and server farms.

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