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JEDEC Committee: JC-70 Wide Bandgap Power Electronic Conversion Semiconductors
JC-70 committee has two subcommittees: JC-70.1 Subcommittee for GaN Power Electronic Conversion Semiconductor Standards, and JC-70.2 Subcommittee for SiC Power Electronic Conversion Semiconductor Standards. Focus areas are Reliability and Qualification Procedures; Datasheet Elements and Parameters; and Test and Characterization Methods.