a developer of silicon RF power transistors, announced at the Asia Pacific Microwave Conference in Hong Kong today the company's first product using the revolutionary High Voltage Vertical Field Effect Transistor (HVVFET(TM)) architecture for radar applications in the UHF band.
What does HVVFET stand for?
HVVFET stands for High Voltage Vertical Field Effect Transistor
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Based on the world's first High Voltage Vertical Field Effect Transistor (HVVFET[TM]), this new architecture delivers frequency bandwidth, voltage and power levels to radar and avionic applications with improved performance--reducing overall part count and enhancing cost efficiencies.
a developer of silicon RF power transistors, announced today two new additions to its growing line of products based on the industry's first High Voltage Vertical Field Effect Transistor (HVVFET(TM)) architecture.