Wolfspeed Silicon Carbide —
The Future of Power Electronics
Join Wolfspeed for this highly interactive series on the benefits of designing power systems using Silicon Carbide (SiC).
The series begins with a high-level overview of the benefits of SiC and then does a deep dive into 5 applications that benefit from silicon carbide's high-power density, efficiency and total system cost savings.
By the end of the series, attendees will have a deep understanding of how and why to engineer system level designs featuring SiC across a variety of applications, including auto, industrial and solar.
The complete schedule of webinars is below. Please check back for registration information as the date nears. Did you miss a webinar that’s already taken place? You can view those sessions on demand at wolfspeed.com. Simply click here to view.
Designing with SiC: Solar String Inverters
August 1, 2019 at 12:00pm EST
Designing with SiC: Electric Vehicle On-Board Chargers
Sept 12, 2019 at 12:00pm EST
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Silicon Carbide: The Future of Server Switch Mode Power Supply Designs
Dave Skinner, Senior Product Marketing Manager
Silicon Carbide devices are enabling the future of power electronics. This presentation will focus on server switch mode power supplies where Silicon Carbide MOSFETs and schottky diodes can improve efficiency, reduce system size/weight, and reduce overall system cost when used in new or existing power supply topologies.
Latest Trends in Active Electronically Scanned Antennas (AESAs)
Dr. Joseph R. Guerci
While AESAs have been around for decades, recent advances in enabling components such as solid-state efficient amplifiers, low C-SWAP RF electronics, and novel packaging/architectures, have greatly increased the applications where previously AESAs were thought to be too expensive. In this talk, we will review AESA architectures, identifying the key cost and SWAP drivers, along with the latest technologies to address these issues. We will also discuss some of the latest breakthroughs in metamaterial electronically scanned antennas (ESAs) that do not require separate RF channels or phase shifters/time delay units (TDUs). Finally, example applications leveraging this new generation of AESAs/ESAs will be discussed.
Designing with SiC: Fast Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles
Paul Kierstead, Director of Marketing
Wolfspeed Silicon Carbide devices are enabling the future of power electronics. This webinar will focus on how SiC MOSFETs and Schottky Diodes improve efficiency, reduce system size/weight, and reduce overall system cost for electric vehicle fast chargers.
Silicon Carbide: Transforming the Future of Power
Guy Moxey, Senior Director of Power Products
Wolfspeed Silicon Carbide devices are enabling the future of power electronics. This webinar will focus on applications where Wolfspeed Silicon Carbide MOSFETs and schottky diodes can improve efficiency, reduce system size/weight, and reduce overall system cost when used in new or existing power supply topologies.