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GaN: The high frequency substrate suitable for 5G applications, Part 10
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9/22/2018   Post a comment
The semiconductor market is focusing on the possibility of combining GaN with other types of substrates to obtain an enhancement of performance in many industry segments
GaN: The high frequency substrate suitable for 5G applications, Part 9
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9/22/2018   Post a comment
The trend for communications infrastructures is to have an extremely high data rate and a latency near as much as possible to zero, the 5G protocol in particular requires a substrate able to work at high frequencies to ensure to reach this goal.
GaN: The high frequency substrate suitable for 5G applications, Part 8
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9/21/2018   1 comment
There are many important companies operating in the electronics field that are massively investing in GaN technology




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