[Special Discount] Selected Topics-0018_Analysis on Development of SiC-MOSFET for NEVs (Presentation)
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Power Components
Category of Power Semiconductor
Applications of Power Components
Comparison of Transistors for Power Components
High-Voltage Electronic Control Applications of SiC-MOSFET for NEVs
2. Current Market Status of SiC-MOSFET for NEVs
Process and Cost Ratio
Sales Models of Components and Modules
Projected Market Scale of High-Voltage Electronically Controlled SiC-MOSFET
Projected Market Demand for High-Voltage Electronically Controlled SiC-MOSFET
Market Share of OBC & Inverter SiC-MOSFET Suppliers
Industry Chain of SiC-MOSFET Inverters
3. Development Trends of SiC-MOSFET for NEVs
Solutions in Improving Driving Range
Advantages and Disadvantages of SiC-MOSFET
Comparison between SiC-MOSFET and Si-IGBT TCO
Development of Wafer Yield
Expansion Schedules of 8-Inch Fabs
Technical Development in Improving Yield
Technical Development in Improving Efficiency of Current Transmission
4. TRI’s View
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