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Jon's Imaginarium – Reference: Nexperia's MOSFET and GaN FET Application Handbook: A Power Design Engineer’s Guide.

gophert

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Coolest thing about GaN-FETs is no body diode and the high frequency. Some really small power supplies are coming. CUI has an interesting brochure.


95+% efficiency means less space needed for heat management and dead space filled with useful components.
 

schmitt trigger

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Thanks for sharing.
Call me old fashioned, but this is the type of reference book which I would like to have as a real, paper book.
 

Visitor

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I definitely like paper copies, be it books, magazines or maps. In a magazine or book, it's nice to flip through the pages and see if anything interesting appears.
 

ronsimpson

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Did they send a email?
I gave them my information and all. Had a hard time with the three buttons at the end. Kept getting "you can't do that" error. Finely found a combination that got me through and 'the end'. I thought they might email a link or something.
 

schmitt trigger

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Downloaded my copy today.
I flipped quickly thru the chapters, but even with a quick browsing I can tell that this will become an essential reference book in my library.
 

ronsimpson

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I am sitting here right now doing a "gate drive for GaN". Both high and low side. My very first try I modified a SiC driver and managed to make a 300mhz transmitter. lol
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Got my download. Operator error.
 
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