gallium arsenide semiconductor

gallium arsenide semiconductor

[¦gal·ē·əm ¦ärs·ən‚īd ′sem·i·kən‚dək·tər]
(solid-state physics)
A semiconductor having a forbidden-band gap of 1.4 electronvolts and a maximum operating temperature of 400°C when used in a transistor.
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8m) cash acquisition of Fujitsu's semiconductor facility in the northeast of England, and negotiated a 5m pound ($8m) government grant to establish a 6 inch gallium arsenide semiconductor (GaAs) production operation at the plant.
To make gallium arsenide semiconductor wires, the researchers fill the glass capillaries with a liquid gallium compound.
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Putting gallium arsenide semiconductor circuits atopa silicon base is a bit like mating a Ferrari with a Honda.
The first, announced on April 29, 2002, is the acquisition of the gallium arsenide semiconductor business of Infineon Technologies AG, Munich, Germany (FSE/NYSE:IFX).
Pye's extensive experience and expertise to contribute to its continuing capacity expansion, the move of its manufacturing operations to a new gallium arsenide semiconductor facility, and the development of new semiconductor manufacturing processes.
More than $35 million has been invested, to date, in JMAR's XRL program, which is targeted at installing an integrated stepper/source system at a gallium arsenide semiconductor processing facility in 2002.
Initially, JMAR NanoLight's(TM) activities will concentrate on applying the company's leading-edge advanced light source technology to produce high-performance compact X-ray sources for both silicon and gallium arsenide semiconductor lithography.
We competed the redirection of the company's focus into three major growth markets: Wireless Communication, Telecom and Computing; we established a major new relationship with AT&T which includes TriQuint's manufacturing of AT&T's gallium arsenide semiconductor products; and set a new record for annual sales and profits.
Two forms of amplification can be used - erbium-doped fiber amplifiers, pumped by 980nm and 1480nm lasers, and gallium arsenide semiconductor amplifiers.