Wolfspeed, a Cree Company, is highlighting the importance of its GaN-on-SiC RF devices in providing solutions for modern military communications. Wolfspeed says its RF devices support mobile military communications and counter-IED requirements.
The company also says that specifically, its RF devices support the design and advancement of more efficient broadband power amplifiers for military wireless communications and electronic warfare (EW).
Wolfspeed GaN RF Devices Used in Military Communications and Counter-IED Measures
“Wolfspeed’s GaN RF devices provide a key enabling technology for military systems designed to counter the threat from improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on the battlefield, delivering a combination of power and efficiency performance that cannot be achieved with any other competing technology,” said Jim Milligan, vice president, RF and Microwave Products. “Wolfspeed is proud to carry on our long tradition of supporting our military and federal agencies with the most advanced GaN RF technologies designed to increase the safety and the effectiveness of our military forces.”
Wolfspeed serves as a silver sponsor of the MILCOM 2017, a conference for global military communications professionals working in surveillance, intelligence, command, control, communications, computing, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems.
MILCOM 2017 runs October 23 – 25, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland. Exhibiting in Booth #827, Wolfspeed engineers will demonstrate their latest GaN-on-SiC devices for RF power amplifier applications for electronic warfare and military communications systems. The company will also present its GaN-on-SiC foundry services.