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Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) Announces Upgrade of Development Boards Featuring Enhancement Mode Gallium Nitride (eGaN) FETs Using Dedicated GaN FET Gate Drivers from Texas Instruments

EPC9003 and EPC9006 demonstrate the ease of designing with eGaN FETs with ready-made, easy to connect development boards and well-documented engineering support materials. EL SEGUNDO, Calif.—October, 2012 — Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) today announces the availability of two development boards, the EPC9003 and the EPC9006, both featuring EPC’s enhancement-mode gallium nitride (eGaN) field effect transistors (FETs). These boards demonstrate how the recent introductions of IC gate drivers, optimized for eGaN FETs, make the task of transitioning from ... Read more
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Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) Named to EE Times Silicon 60 List of Emerging New Technology Startups

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – October, 2012 - Efficient Power Conversion Corporation, ( the leader in enhancement mode gallium nitride FET technology, announces today that it has been recognized with inclusion in the EE Times Silicon 60 list of 60 Emerging Startups. Companies are selected by the editorial team at EE Times based on a mix of criteria including: technology, intended market, maturity, financial position, investment profile, and executive leadership. “It is an honor to receive this recognition from EE Times as one of the hottest emerging electronics ... Read more
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eGaN FET-Silicon Power Shoot-Out Part 11: Optimizing FET On-Resistance

So far in this series, significant efforts have been made to show the performance improvements that can be achieved with eGaN® FETs over silicon MOSFETS in both hard and soft switching applications. In every case, eGaN FETs showed improvement over MOSFETs. In this volume of the eGaN FET-Silicon power shoot-out series, the die size optimization process is discussed and an example application is used to show specific results. By Johan Strydom, Ph.D., Vice President of Applications, EPC Power Electronics Technology Read the article Read more
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