Technical Articles

Wolfspeed has published these technical articles:

(Power and Power Management IC)
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There is a growing need for high-efficiency power conversion (DC/DC) in a variety of industrial applications, including solar power generation. In solar power generation, the photovoltaic (PV) cells...
(Power and Power Management IC)
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The continual drive for greater efficiency and power density in power conversion systems is leading to the expanded use of silicon carbide (SiC). This wide-bandgap semiconductor has a dielectric...
(Power and Power Management IC)
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The benefits of SiC are no longer a secret. Various industries include SiC technologies in the development process. SiC power is making its way into so many applications and device manufacturers need...
(Transistors)
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This article demonstrates a design concept using commercially available SiC MOSFETs (C3M0065100K), which meets new market requirements for bidirectional functionality. A prototype 20-kW system in a...
(Power and Power Management IC)
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The need for higher efficiency, greater power density, lower cost and bi-directionality pose design challenges when using silicon in traditional circuit approaches. An alternative utilizing SiC...
(Diodes)
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Wolfspeed, A Cree Company, announced a performance breakthrough in the ability to power the drivetrain of electric vehicles (EVs) using its new third generation 1,200 V SiC MOSFET family. This...
(Power and Power Management IC)
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new family of robust SiC semiconductor devices for the Electric Vehicle (EV) and renewable energy markets that delivers the highest available power density and durability for on-board automotive power...
(Transistors)
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The device was engineered for the growing ultra-high frequency (UHF) radar market, in which defense, public safety and land mobile radio applications seek to upgrade performance and component life...
(Power and Power Management IC)
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n solar power generation, the photovoltaic (PV) cells utilize the sun's energy to generate DC voltage in the range of 400 to 600 V DC. This DC needs to be boosted to approximately 850 V DC so that an...