power semiconductor

power semiconductor

[′pau̇·ər ′sem·i·kən‚dək·tər]
(electronics)
A semiconductor device capable of dissipating appreciable power (generally over 1 watt) in normal operation; may handle currents of thousands of amperes or voltages up into thousands of volts, at frequencies up to 10 kilohertz.
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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today it has developed a new J-Series transfer molded power semiconductor module (T-PM) mainly for motor drive applications in electric and hybrid vehicles.
But Infineon's combined revenues in both sectors was enough to maintain its lead in the overall power semiconductor market, according to a new report, Next-Generation Power Semiconductors: Markets Materials, Technologies recently published by The Information Network, a New Tripoli, PA market research company.
In the case of SiC power semiconductor market, the phenomenal growth rate of approximately 35% to 50% Y-o-Y is expected to continue for the following years and the forecasted revenue for SiC power semiconductors is more than $4 billion by end of 2022 at a CAGR of 45.
Together, these instruments allow users to characterize a broad range of power semiconductor devices and materials.
Power semiconductor devices, those with ratings exceeding 1 ampere, are playing an ever-expanding role in technology.
WELLINGBOROUGH, England -- The global power semiconductor market will grow by just 5.
Intepro Systems announced the SEMTest power semiconductor test system.
In general, most RF power semiconductor vendors have overlooked and dismissed it.
A pioneer in high power semiconductor applications, Powerex turns ideas into cost effective, practical products.
amp; BIEL, Switzerland -- IXYS Corporation (NASDAQ:IXYS) and General Motors Components Holdings (GMCH) jointly announced today that they have entered into an agreement for the fabrication of power semiconductor wafers.
The vertical markets show the strongest performance outside of wireless infrastructure in the RF power semiconductor business.
Other than wireless infrastructure, the vertical market showing the strongest uptick in the RF power semiconductor business has been the military, which Wilson describes as being now "a very significant market.