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Title: Gallium nitride-based device simulation and development
Authors: Di Carlo, Aldo
Russo, Stefano
Keywords: GaN
device simulation
Monte-Carlo
drift-diffusion
HEMT
Schottky diode
Issue Date: 8-Jan-2009
Abstract: Since its reappearance in the early 1990s gallium nitride (GaN) has been regarded as a very interesting and highly promising material system for both optical and microwave high-power electronic applications. Over the last fifteen years researchers all around the world have made great efforts in order to redeem these promises. GaN-based optical applications have first reached the stage of commercialization while microwave high-power electronics are on the verge of their commercial breakthrough. The value of the worldwide GaN device market, which at present is about $3.5 billion, is estimated to be $7.2 billion by the year 2009.
Description: 20. ciclo
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2108/737
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