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GA

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for GABON.

GA

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Gabon. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Gabonese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Gabon. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Gabon. Each Gabonese province has its own code with the prefix "GA." For example, the code for the Province of Nyanga is ISO 3166-2:GA-5.
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The PSU has specified that only such firms which possess technical knowhow for gallium extraction plant of a gallium metal purity of 99.
Ultimately you need to physically remove the heat either by air cooling or using a coolant flow through a metal base, but the gallium nitride material itself, and the substrate it sits on, spreads the heat," making the cooling process more efficient, Whelan explained.
Mr Roberson said he expects that chips created with this technology will initially replace more-expensive gallium arsenide chips.
GaN power semiconductors can operate at higher temperatures, power levels, voltages and frequencies than gallium arsenide and silicon.
Exhibit 3: Global Gallium Nitride Semiconductor Devices Market by Fluctuation in Average Selling Price 2012-016
In gallium arsenide, anti-sites permit electrons to assume intermediate energy levels that aren't otherwise present.
Gailon Brehm, TriQuint's military business unit director said, "TriQuint currently supplies high volume, cost effective foundry services and standard products based on high voltage gallium arsenide.
The results of this pilot study demonstrate that potentially therapeutic serum levels of gallium can be safely achieved with this oral formulation.
TriQuint Semiconductor designs and manufactures a wide range of high- and low-frequency products across all typical high- and low-power microelectronic ratings using gallium arsenide, surface acoustic wave (SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW) technologies for many different communications applications including military, network infrastructure, sat-com, wireless (cellular) base stations and fiber optic networks.
During early 2001, our production was nearly affected by a lack of this critical raw material and we were forced to pay high prices for some of the gallium we purchased.