Wide Bandgap Power Semiconductors –
Key Technology Enablers for E-Mobility 
mmWave Signal
Higher density and more efficient power semiconductors such as SiC and GaN are helping to enable the automotive market shift from internal combustion engine powertrains to electrified powertrains. This technology is being revolutionised to enable the range and performance that electric vehicles (EV) depend on to compete in today’s market.    

Join Keysight’s Mike Hawes as he responds to questions from automotive OEMs and Tier 1s regarding specific challenges they are encountering to dynamically characterize WBG power semiconductors while enabling e-mobility applications.  
Mike Hawes
Mike Hawes
Power Applications Consultant
Mike has worked for Hewlett Packard, Agilent Technologies and Keysight Technologies for over 35 years.  He has had many different engineering and management jobs, primarily focused on automotive test, wireless handset test and Power/Energy applications.  Currently, Mike is a Power Solution Consultant for Keysight’s Automotive and Energy Solutions business.
Alan Varghese
Alan Varghese
Automotive Solutions Lead
Alan is Keysight’s Automotive solutions lead. Prior to joining Keysight, he worked as a Technology Analyst focused on Wireless, IoT, Automotive, Semiconductors, Cable & Optical communications, AI & Machine Learning. Alan started his career as a digital signal processing engineer and has an MSEE in Wireless Communications & DSP from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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