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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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).
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.
Two forms of amplification can be used - erbium-doped fiber amplifiers, pumped by 980nm and 1480nm lasers, and gallium arsenide semiconductor amplifiers.
Additionally, TI's LMDS products take advantage of the company's leadership in gallium arsenide semiconductor technology.
is involved in the commercial applications of gallium arsenide semiconductor technology.
The unit is based on Power Spectra's unique PSIristor(TM) gallium arsenide semiconductor technology and finds distance to a target by measuring the time required for a pulse of light one foot long (1 billionth of a second in duration) to travel to the target and back.