Power Semiconductor Device Testing

From the early stages of design to the point when it’s ready for market, a new power device undergoes a gamut of test and characterization activities, and you face many steps in bringing that device to market, including:

  • Designing new devices to meet evolving needs
  • Characterizing full performance of new designs
  • Preparing the device for production
  • Meeting reliability standards for commercial use
  • Implementing the device in actual designs
  • Evaluating existing devices and designs for new application requirements

Get our e-Guide and learn how to overcome the challenges posed by each stage of the power semi device life cycle.


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