I-V Characterization


Testing Wide Bandgap Semiconductors

The characterization of intrinsic variables (IV) is crucial for developing wide bandgap semiconductors. These semiconductors, which have superior electrical properties compared to traditional materials, have a wide range of potential applications in power electronics. Understanding the I-V characteristics of these materials will allow for their optimal use and development.


Safely and sustainably creating more efficient designs


How SiC and GaN are changing the industry

ISiC and GaN are being used in a wide range of applications, including powerelectronics,
high-frequency electronics, LEDs, and aerospace and defense. They are enabling
the development of more efficient and advanced technologies in these fields,and are
driving innovation and progress.






Pulsed I-V Characterization

Pulsed I-V is a useful technique for measuring the electrical properties of semiconductors and devices. By applying short voltage pulses, we can analyze the device's resistance, capacitance, and other performance indicators. This technique is valuable for device engineers, researchers, and designers in the semiconductor industry to develop advanced and efficient electronics.






 Evaluate Breakdown Voltage to Ensure Reliability

Testing for breakdown voltage typically involves subjecting a device to increasing voltage
levels until it experiences a breakdown in its electrical insulation properties. The
breakdown voltage can be measured using specialized test equipment and procedures,
and may depend on a variety of factors such as the material's properties, its thickness,
and the geometry of the device.

Testing for breakdown voltage is an important procedure for ensuring the reliability
and performance of electrical and electronic devices.




Explore and Measure the Family of Curves

The family of curves is an essential concept in engineering that plays a crucial role
in designing and analyzing complex systems. These curves are a group of graphical
solutions that share similar characteristics and functional relationships between
their parameters. Engineers use these curves to understand the behavior of a system
under different conditions, such as load, stress, temperature, and pressure. They also
employ them to optimize the performance of industrial processes by selecting the best
design parameters. From electrical to mechanical engineering, the family of curves is
an indispensable tool that helps engineers make informed decisions and create
efficient solutions.



Switch and Amplify Circuits Easily with MOSFETs

MOSFETs, or Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors, are one of the
most commonly used electronic components in modern engineering design.
MOSFETs have revolutionized electronics engineering by being highly efficient and
versatile enabling smaller and more efficient circuits, which are essential in modern
-day electronics. While they have become essential in today's electronics, it is crucial
to accurately measure MOSFETs. Measuring MOSFETs usually involves determining
their electrical characteristics, such as resistance, capacitance, and current-voltage
(I-V) curves. Engineers use various techniques and instruments to measure
MOSFETs' performance, ;which allows them to optimize circuit designs and
ensure reliable operation.