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Articles in this issue include:
- InGaN solar cells on non-polar and semi-polar substrates
- Toward visible & ultraviolet III-nitride lasers on silicon
- GaN fin transistor with high linearity and output power
- Fluorinated graphene passivation for AlGaN transistors
- Optimizing trench profiles for power GaN electronic devices
- Building up vertical GaN for high-power technology
- RF power semiconductor market growing at 9.8% CAGR to $2.5bn in 2022
- Gallium oxide transistor radio-frequency measurements
- InGaAs quantum well transistors on 300mm silicon
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