Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
High-temperature devices have been rapidly increas due to the implementation of new technologies like silicon carbide, high-temperature ceramic, and others. Functionality under elevated temperatures can reduce signal integrity reducing the reliability of power electronic systems. This study presents an ongoing research effort to develop a high-temperature package for optocouplers to operate at higher temperature compared with commercial devices. Low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) was used as the substrate. Bare die commercial LED and photodetectors were attached to the substrate and tested for functionality. Preliminary results show enhanced performance at elevated temperatures compared to a commercial optocoupler device.
Electronic Packaging, LTCC, Optocouplers, Wide bandgap, LED, Photodetectors, Pulse Transformers, Isolators, galvanic isolation, High Temperature, Service learning
Gonzalez, D. (2019). Characterization of High Temperature Optocoupler for Power Electronic Systems. Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/eleguht/62