Applications of semiconductors, Electrical Engineering

Applications of Semiconductors

  1. Integrated circuits (ICs) SSI, MSI, LSI, and VLSI.
  2. Fluorescent materials used in TV screens II-VI (ZnS).
  3. Light detectors InSb, CdSe, PbTe, HgCdTe.
  4. Infrared and nuclear radiation detectors Si and Ge.
  5. Gunn diode (microwave device) GaAs, InP.
  6. Semiconductor LEDs GaAs, GaP.
  7. Semiconductor LASERs GaAs, AlGaAs.
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