WBS

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AcronymDefinition
WBSWork Breakdown Structure (project management)
WBSWork Breakdown Structure
WBSWarwick Business School
WBSWorld Business Satellite
WBSWilkes Barre-Scranton (Pennsylvania)
WBSWrite Back Soon
WBSWideband System
WBSWilliams-Beuren Syndrome
WBSWiardi Beckman Stichting (Dutch think tank)
WBSWhole Body Scan
WBSWeb-Based System
WBSWireless Broadband Services
WBSWireless Business Solutions
WBSWireless Broadband Solution
WBSWar Between the States
WBSWaseda Business School (Japan)
WBSWhole Business Securitization
WBSWireless Broadband Service (telecommunications; various locations)
WBSWilliam Brookes School (UK)
WBSWavah Broadcasting Service (Uganda)
WBSWheel Braking System (military aviation/helicopters)
WBSWide Bandgap Semiconductor
WBSWebsite Booking System (travel)
WBSWireless Business System
WBSWorkplace Basic Skills (curriculum)
WBSWireless Broadband System
WBSWiedemann-Beckwith Syndrome
WBSWest Bank Story (film)
WBSWest By South
WBSWeight and Balance System
WBSWight Business Services (est. 1982; UK)
WBSWeb Biz Solutions
WBSWyoming Boys School (Wyoming Department of Family Services)
WBSWork Breakout Structure (less common)
WBSWhite Buffalo Society
WBSWithout Benefit of Salvage
WBSWebster's Bible Translation
WBSWirtschafts- und Bildungsservice (German: Service of Economic and Educational Training and Education)
WBSWellington Botanical Society (New Zealand)
WBSWell Bore Stability (oil wells)
WBSWestern Billing Services
WBSWestinghouse Brake & Signal Limited (UK)
WBSWideband Serializer
WBSWorking Bikes Storefront (Chicago, IL)
WBSWetter Beobachtungs Schiff (German: Weather Observation Ship)
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Hao, Zhang, and Zhang present readers with a comprehensive examination of the physical characteristics and potential implementations and applications of III-nitride wide bandgap semiconductor materials and electronic devices.
Dye sensitized solar cell (DSSC) is a type technology for converting light energy into electrical energy based on the sensitization of wide bandgap semiconductors.
Gallium nitride is another wide bandgap semiconductor that is also receiving attention.
It helps drive the transition from bulky Silicon systems to high-density Silicon Carbide power electronic systems that can operate at higher efficiencies, higher voltages, higher power densities, and higher temperatures than conventional silicon electronics, and to create the first optimized package for wide bandgap semiconductors.
The Department of Energy will lead the third institute, which will focus on making wide bandgap semiconductors for power electronics.
GaN-based semiconductors are wide bandgap semiconductors that feature a higher breakdown-voltage (threshold) than conventional semiconductor materials, such as silicon (Si) or gallium arsenide (GaAs).
Selected and peer reviewed, over 350 papers offer scientific treatments of materials used for wide bandgap semiconductors, emphasizing recent developments in the basic science of the materials themselves and the maturing device and processing technologies.
Although there is no doubt that wide bandgap semiconductors offer advantages in terms of power density compared to GaAs, the hall-mark of the HVMSAG process is that no new infrastructure development is required.
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