Research Bits: May 2

Reconfigurable FeHEMT Researchers at the University of Michigan created a reconfigurable ferroelectric transistor that could enable a single amplifier to do the work of multiple conventional amplifiers. “By realizing this new type of transistor, it opens up the possibility for integrating multifunctional devices, such as reconfigurable transistors, filters and resonators, on the same plat... » read more

Ferroelectric HEMT Reconfigurable Transistor (U. of Michigan)

A new technical paper titled "Fully epitaxial, monolithic ScAlN/AlGaN/GaN ferroelectric HEMT" was published by researchers at University of Michigan. “We can make our ferroelectric HEMT reconfigurable,” That means it can function as several devices, such as one amplifier working as several amplifiers that we can dynamically control. This allows us to reduce the circuit area and lower the... » read more