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Electron Device Letters, IEEE

Publishes original and significant contributions relating to the theory, design, performance and reliability of electron devices, including optoelectronic devices, nanoscale devices, solid-state devices, integrated electronic devices, energy sources, power devices, displays, sensors, electro-mechanical devices, quantum devices and electron tubes.


Electron Devices, IEEE Transactions on

Publishes original and significant contributions relating to the theory, design, performance and reliability of electron devices, including optoelectronics devices, nanoscale devices, solid-state devices, integrated electronic devices, energy sources, power devices, displays, sensors, electro-mechanical devices, quantum devices and electron tubes.


Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on

The development and application of electric systems, apparatus, devices, and controls to the processes and equipment of industry and commerce; the promotion of safe, reliable, and economic installations; the encouragement of energy conservation; the creation of voluntary engineering standards and recommended practices.




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High power factor three phase rectifier for high power density AC/DC conversion applications

J. G. Cho; C. Y. Jeong; J. W. Baek; D. I. Song; D. W. Yoo; C. Y. Won Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 1999. APEC '99. Fourteenth Annual, 1999

The conventional three-phase rectifier with bulky LC output filter has been widely used in the industry because of its distinctive advantages over the active power factor correction rectifier such as simple circuit, high reliability and low cost. Over 0.9 power factor can be achieved, which is acceptable in most industry applications. This rectifier, however, is not easy to use for ...


An evaluation of the DC-link capacitor heating in adjustable speed drive systems with different utility interface options

D. Rendusara; E. Cengelci; P. Enjeti; D. C. Lee Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 1999. APEC '99. Fourteenth Annual, 1999

In this paper, an evaluation of DC-link capacitor heating in adjustable speed drive systems with different utility interface options is presented. The evaluation is based on the level of ripple currents DC-link capacitors can endure that lead to self-heating and reduction of capacitors' operating life. Three popular utility interface options for ASD systems are considered for evaluation. First, a standard ...


Design considerations for 12/24-pulse auto-connected rectifiers for large VA, PWM drive systems

D. Rendusara; K. J. Slater; B. S. Lee; P. Enjeti; I. Pitel; W. Gray Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 1999. APEC '99. Fourteenth Annual, 1999

Auto-connected multipulse (12/24 pulse) rectifier schemes are cost-effective methods for reducing line current harmonics in PWM motor drive systems. Employing these schemes to enhance utility power quality requires careful attention to several design considerations. In particular: excursion of DC- link voltage at no load; effect of pre-existing voltage distortion; impedance mismatches; unequal diode drops on rectifier current sharing; and performance ...


Design, analysis and fabrication of rectenna for wireless power transmission - Virtual battery

S. Vinoth Kumar; Pragati Patel; Ashok Mittal; Asok De 2012 National Conference on Communications (NCC), 2012

This paper presents the novel rectenna design for Wireless Power Transmission. The design would receive and convert microwave of 2.45GHz to DC. Proposed rectenna is a combination of Microstrip patch antenna, followed by stepped impedance filter and zero biased rectifier. Performance of rectenna is analyzed using Harmonic Balance Analysis. Good agreement between simulated and measured results is observed.


A novel model for an integrated rf CMOS schottky diode

Xi-NingWang; Bin Zhu; Jian-Kun Su; Ting-Huang Lee; Li-Wu Yang 2007 7th International Conference on ASIC, 2007

In this paper an interdigital n-type CoSi2-Si Schottky diode is fabricated in SMIC 0.18 mum RF CMOS process. A novel and accurate Schottky diode model has been developed base on the DC and RF measured data. In this novel model the losses due to parasitic capacitance dielectric and metal plate are considered. It is shown that the suggested novel model ...


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High power factor three phase rectifier for high power density AC/DC conversion applications

J. G. Cho; C. Y. Jeong; J. W. Baek; D. I. Song; D. W. Yoo; C. Y. Won Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 1999. APEC '99. Fourteenth Annual, 1999

The conventional three-phase rectifier with bulky LC output filter has been widely used in the industry because of its distinctive advantages over the active power factor correction rectifier such as simple circuit, high reliability and low cost. Over 0.9 power factor can be achieved, which is acceptable in most industry applications. This rectifier, however, is not easy to use for ...


An evaluation of the DC-link capacitor heating in adjustable speed drive systems with different utility interface options

D. Rendusara; E. Cengelci; P. Enjeti; D. C. Lee Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 1999. APEC '99. Fourteenth Annual, 1999

In this paper, an evaluation of DC-link capacitor heating in adjustable speed drive systems with different utility interface options is presented. The evaluation is based on the level of ripple currents DC-link capacitors can endure that lead to self-heating and reduction of capacitors' operating life. Three popular utility interface options for ASD systems are considered for evaluation. First, a standard ...


Design considerations for 12/24-pulse auto-connected rectifiers for large VA, PWM drive systems

D. Rendusara; K. J. Slater; B. S. Lee; P. Enjeti; I. Pitel; W. Gray Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 1999. APEC '99. Fourteenth Annual, 1999

Auto-connected multipulse (12/24 pulse) rectifier schemes are cost-effective methods for reducing line current harmonics in PWM motor drive systems. Employing these schemes to enhance utility power quality requires careful attention to several design considerations. In particular: excursion of DC- link voltage at no load; effect of pre-existing voltage distortion; impedance mismatches; unequal diode drops on rectifier current sharing; and performance ...


Design, analysis and fabrication of rectenna for wireless power transmission - Virtual battery

S. Vinoth Kumar; Pragati Patel; Ashok Mittal; Asok De 2012 National Conference on Communications (NCC), 2012

This paper presents the novel rectenna design for Wireless Power Transmission. The design would receive and convert microwave of 2.45GHz to DC. Proposed rectenna is a combination of Microstrip patch antenna, followed by stepped impedance filter and zero biased rectifier. Performance of rectenna is analyzed using Harmonic Balance Analysis. Good agreement between simulated and measured results is observed.


A novel model for an integrated rf CMOS schottky diode

Xi-NingWang; Bin Zhu; Jian-Kun Su; Ting-Huang Lee; Li-Wu Yang 2007 7th International Conference on ASIC, 2007

In this paper an interdigital n-type CoSi2-Si Schottky diode is fabricated in SMIC 0.18 mum RF CMOS process. A novel and accurate Schottky diode model has been developed base on the DC and RF measured data. In this novel model the losses due to parasitic capacitance dielectric and metal plate are considered. It is shown that the suggested novel model ...


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    Common measurement principles involve in situ measurements, where sensors are embedded in the road surface, and remote sensing technologies using visual cameras and infrared (IR) sensors or cameras. Recent days, development of cooperative traffic systems has increased the expectations concerning automatic road friction measurement units. Automotive industry has been investigating chances to utilize the roadside friction data for adjusting car control functions (i.e., ADAS). This chapter will review the promising camera vision and the short¿¿¿wave IR (SWIR) laser unit technology to provide friction estimation for road users. The laser system consists of two laser diodes emitting at wavelengths ¿¿1¿¿¿=¿¿¿1323¿¿¿nm and ¿¿2¿¿¿=¿¿¿1566¿¿¿nm, whereas the camera system operates in the near¿¿¿IR (NIR) band 850¿¿¿950¿¿¿nm. The algorithms have been developed to identify condition of the road surface (dry, wet, snow, icy, etc.)

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    Point-contact transistors and Schottky diodes have been formed on synthetic boron-doped diamond. This is the FIRST report of diamond transistors that have power gain. Further. the transistors exhibited power gain at 510°C and the Schottky diodes were operational at 700°C.

  • Fundamental Laser Diode Characteristics

    This chapter contains sections titled: Optical Gain in Semiconductors Semiconductor Heterostructures Waveguiding and Transverse Laser Modes Laser Structures The Fabry-Perot Laser The Rate Equations Quantum-Well Laser Diodes This chapter contains sections titled: References

  • Series Resistance, Channel Length and Width, and Threshold Voltage

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction PN Junction Diodes Schottky Barrier Diodes Solar Cells Bipolar Junction Transistors MOSFETs MESFETs and MODFETs Threshold Voltage Pseudo MOSFET Strengths and Weaknesses Appendix 4.1 Schottky Diode Current-Voltage Equation References Problems Review Questions

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  • Special Layout Issues for Latchup Prevention

    introduces several special layout issues for latchup prevention. Neglecting these layout issues could draw the unanticipated latchup danger, including latchup between two power domains, between power-pins and grounded N+/N-well, and between two adjacent I/O cells, etc. The ESD-coupled diodes between separated power lines can also lead to the unexpected latchup. Direct connection between I/O pads and the N+/P+ diffusions in internal circuits could easily initiate latchup in internals circuits. Additionally, if the power-rail ESD clamp circuit is very close to the I/O pads, ESD-clamping NMOS could be unexpectedly turned on during the negative trigger current test, probably initiating the latchup in the nearby internal circuits. The corresponding solutions to these unexpected latchup issues are also introduced. By using these IC designers could prevent the possible design mistakes, eliminate the waste of masks and wafers, and decrease the time to market for products.

  • FabryPerot Laser Diodes

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Rate Equations Current versus Voltage Characteristics Current versus Light Output Characteristics Polarization of Light Transverse Modes Longitudinal Modes Modulation Characteristics Noises References




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