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Introduction  •    High Electron Mobility Transistor (ref: HEMT) is an innovative transistor structure which uses       po...
HEMT Taxonomy  •    Concept based taxonomy of HEMT is presented below          To see the detailed taxonomy write to us at...
Classification  •    Different classes related to variable valve timing are identified  •    These Classes are used in the...
Control Patents  • Highly relevant patents are used for extracting keywords and ensuring the quality    of the search quer...
Search Concepts  • Concepts used to search patent literature       To see the detailed table write to us at: info@dolcera....
Search Query              Database: THOMSON INOVATION              Timeline: 01/01/1862 to 22/08/2011     To see the detai...
Class based Interactive Taxonomy  A detailed class based taxonomy is also prepared and is furnished below.      To see the...
Insights: Major Players• Fujitsu, Hitachi, Sumitomo electric and Toshiba has more than 200 patents onHEMT.info@dolcera.com...
Insights: Key Patents• The top 10 cited patents are listed below  info@dolcera.com               High Electron Mobility Tr...
Insights: Year wise IP activity • Number of publications for year raised with the revolution in the communication field.in...
Insights: Geographical Distribution• Surprisingly Japan took second place after US which usually would be Europeinfo@dolce...
Insight: Othersinfo@dolcera.com   High Electron Mobility Transistor            14                               (HEMT)
•    Average citation rate for HEMT technology is found to be 4.28  •    Though Fujitsu has 297 patents but its citation f...
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Hemt (high electron mobility transistor) patent and technology report - key players, innovators and industry analysis

  1. 1. Knowledge Services High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT)info@dolcera.com
  2. 2. This is only a sample report with brief analysis. Purchase the complete report here. Price: $999 Dolcera can provide a comprehensive report customized to your needs Buy the customized report from Dolcera Patent Analytics Services Market Research Services Purchase Patent Dashboard Patent Landscape Services Dolcera Processes Industry Focus Patent Search Services Patent Alerting Services Dolcera Tools Samir Raiyani Email: info@dolcera.com Phone: +1-650-425-6772 Fax: +1-866-690-7517info@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 2 (HEMT)
  3. 3. Introduction • High Electron Mobility Transistor (ref: HEMT) is an innovative transistor structure which uses potential well as a channel for electron conduction. • In the conventional Si transistors the cut off frequency is limited by the scattering of electrons in the channel. E.g.: Ionized scattering, Lattice scattering..Etc • HEMT has a Hetero interface which is created at the contacting interface of two suitable elements or compounds. The property of hetero interface is, it creates a potential well near the interface where the electrons are confined . • The potential well separates the electrons from its donors such that ionized scattering is reduced. The potential well has very low effective mass values which helps the electrons to attain higher speeds in the channel. • Mainly HEMT’s are being made with III-V compounds because of good lattice matching and low effective masses offered by III-V group compounds. • The scaling and performance driven electron industry started looking for the alternatives because of the limitation of the conventional silicon transistors. So researchers have started looking HEMT as an alternative which already well settled in high frequency applications.info@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 3 (HEMT)
  4. 4. HEMT Taxonomy • Concept based taxonomy of HEMT is presented below To see the detailed taxonomy write to us at: info@dolcera.cominfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 4 (HEMT)
  5. 5. Classification • Different classes related to variable valve timing are identified • These Classes are used in the search strategy To see the detailed classifications write to us at: info@dolcera.cominfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 5 (HEMT)
  6. 6. Control Patents • Highly relevant patents are used for extracting keywords and ensuring the quality of the search query To see the detailed table write to us at: info@dolcera.cominfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 6 (HEMT)
  7. 7. Search Concepts • Concepts used to search patent literature To see the detailed table write to us at: info@dolcera.cominfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 7 (HEMT)
  8. 8. Search Query Database: THOMSON INOVATION Timeline: 01/01/1862 to 22/08/2011 To see the detailed table write to us at: info@dolcera.cominfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 8 (HEMT)
  9. 9. Class based Interactive Taxonomy A detailed class based taxonomy is also prepared and is furnished below. To see the detailed taxonomy write to us at: info@dolcera.cominfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 9 (HEMT)
  10. 10. Insights: Major Players• Fujitsu, Hitachi, Sumitomo electric and Toshiba has more than 200 patents onHEMT.info@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 10 (HEMT)
  11. 11. Insights: Key Patents• The top 10 cited patents are listed below info@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 11 (HEMT)
  12. 12. Insights: Year wise IP activity • Number of publications for year raised with the revolution in the communication field.info@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 12 (HEMT)
  13. 13. Insights: Geographical Distribution• Surprisingly Japan took second place after US which usually would be Europeinfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 13 (HEMT)
  14. 14. Insight: Othersinfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 14 (HEMT)
  15. 15. • Average citation rate for HEMT technology is found to be 4.28 • Though Fujitsu has 297 patents but its citation frequency is less than NEC citation frequency which only has 149 patents. So NEC must be having more key patents in HEMT • Similarly we have observed that MQW(Multiple Quantum well) and T-Shaped gate formation has highest citation frequency which indicates the research interest in these two technology areasinfo@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 15 (HEMT)
  16. 16. Like this presentation? This is only a sample report with brief analysis. Purchase the complete report here. Price: $999 Dolcera can provide a comprehensive report customized to your needs Buy the customized report from Dolcera Patent Analytics Services Market Research Services Purchase Patent Dashboard Patent Landscape Services Dolcera Processes Industry Focus Patent Search Services Patent Alerting Services Dolcera Tools Samir Raiyani Email: info@dolcera.com Phone: +1-650-425-6772 Fax: +1-866-690-7517info@dolcera.com High Electron Mobility Transistor 16 (HEMT)

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