C2019-08 – High Temperature Optoelectronic Devices for Power Electronics

Explanation of Claimed Invention The present invention relates to improvements in electrical circuits. More particularly, the invention relates to improvements particularly suited for power modules. In particular, the present invention relates specifically to a low temperature co-fired ceramic, LTCC, process to house the bare die components of the optoelectronic devices such as light emitters and photo detectors. Problem Addressed by Claimed Invention Conventional power modules require a comprehensive thermal management system, which inevitably adds weight and cost. High temperature high density power modules will not only enhance reliability but also substantially reduce cooling requirements. Technology Ventures ventures@uark.edu 479-575-7243

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