Microwave potential of GaN-based Gunn devices

Microwave potential of GaN-based Gunn devices

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Transient hydrodynamic simulations are used to carry out harmonic power analysis of GaN and GaAs Gunn diode oscillators. GaN-based devices are shown to have twice the frequency and a hundred times the power capability of GaAs Gunn diodes.


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