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TimTonne
TimTonne
1/8/2018 7:53:42 AM
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Re: GaN-on-Diamond RF Device Milestones - Thanks much!
Thanks for your great message, this post was posted in 2017 but still very useful today, you are the expert!

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
7/20/2017 3:22:22 PM
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Re: GaN-on-Diamond RF Device Milestones - Thanks much!
@etooner---please share your source of infomation with us regarding GaN dust and health/safety

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etooner
etooner
7/11/2017 1:23:17 PM
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GaN-on-Diamond RF Device Milestones - Thanks much!
Hi, thank you for your great article, I have been reading about GaN devolopment for while now, but this blog bring new education to me. GaN is a promising magnetic semiconductors with same i realize this can be injurious to health and safety, i read report published by some Safety institute wherein they claim that GaN dust can be irritant to skin or lungs.

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jessepkm
jessepkm
7/8/2017 5:29:19 AM
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Re: cost will be a concern.
I believe that hardly costs may represent problems size of benefits that can be obtained, soon someone will look this with your eyes certain.

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PAKIKO
PAKIKO
11/9/2016 11:42:49 AM
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Re: cost will be a concern
I know every thing growing fast than other just to find an alternative.

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dassa.an
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11/27/2014 2:28:45 AM
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Re: cost will be a concern
@analoging: Yes its growing very fast but we also must find out an alternative to make sure things do improve by the force of competition itself. 

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dassa.an
dassa.an
11/27/2014 2:27:27 AM
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Re: cost will be a concern
@chris: You have a valid point here but that does not apply for this isn't it ? 

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nasimson
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11/26/2014 7:59:52 PM
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Re: cost will be a concern
> @nasimson: Well I guess they are a bit scared to go ahead with the latest
> technology. It surely will put them way behind their competitors for sure.

@chrishadblog: Since its Dept of Defense and its mega contractors like Raytheon we are talking about, I dont see how can they be left behind competitors. They dont have active competition as such.

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chirshadblog
chirshadblog
11/23/2014 2:04:55 AM
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Re: cost will be a concern
@nasimson: Well I guess they are a bit scared to go ahead with the latest technology. It surely will put them way behind their competitors for sure. 

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analoging
analoging
11/21/2014 5:05:28 PM
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Re: cost will be a concern
Believe it or not, the defense industry is willing to risk on less developed, higher return materials to boost device performance well in advance of commercial readiness. The DOD is designed to fund less mature microelectronic process technology and then capitalize on its own investment by purchasing the devices years down the road once enhanced by universities, national labs and companies. A good example is the hundreds of millions invested by DOD-DARPA into SiC and GaN over the last decade before the materials were ready for prime time.  Companies such as TriQuint Semi and Cree received millions in government contracts to boost the performance of these materials and now are selling various high-power and high-frequency transistors to other DOD agencies. The same is happening with diamond.

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