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re: Transphorm delivers more 600-V GaN power components
Neil Baker   5/20/2012 5:51:34 PM
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I didn't break the law but I was accountable. UCSB Mafia continues to break the law but is not accountable. UCSB Mafia subjected me to a four-year hostile work environment where I was defamed, threatened, assaulted and bullied by a brain-damaged hostile coworker with the knowledge and support of our staff and faculty supervisors including Umesh Mishra. After blowing the whistle on UCSB criminal discrimination against American Citizens for staff and student intern positions, I was mobbed, terminated and later rendered unemployable by UCSB Mafia's criminal sabotage of my acquisition of employment which is a form of attempted murder. At the direction of UCSB Mafia, I was arrested on the false trumped up charge of "threats to bomb or injure property" when court records document that I was actually arrested for "threatening to accuse UCSB of crimes" and "threatening to incite a strike at UCSB." I neither "threatened" to accuse nor incite; I DID accuse and I DID incite. Both legal. At the direction of UCSB Mafia, I was jailed for ten days as a political prisoner. At the direction of UCSB Mafia, I was involuntarily committed (Soviet Style) for twelve days as a political dissident before my release after three psychiatrists unanimously concluded I had no mental illness, no personality disorders and required no medication. At the direction of UCSB Mafia, court proceedings were dragged out for 10 months in unsuccessful attempt to impoverish me into accepting a plea bargain before they finally dismissed bogus charges days before the scheduled trial because they would lose and be exposed in court as unaccountable criminal thugs.

power04
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re: Transphorm delivers more 600-V GaN power components
power04   5/19/2012 5:39:46 PM
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Neil Baker released from custody for threatening violence against UCSB employees. http://www.keyt.com/news/local/87389727.html

Neil Baker
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re: Transphorm delivers more 600-V GaN power components
Neil Baker   5/18/2012 1:55:00 AM
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I smell boondoggle. Too many employees with too little investment. Hyperbolic claims but no product, prototype or specs. The sooner under, the better but equity loans will drag out the inevitable.

sranje
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re: Transphorm delivers more 600-V GaN power components
sranje   5/15/2012 9:46:29 PM
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Very little exciting, actually and nothing new - only a skilful PR. Most importantly the word TRANSISTOR was never mentioned. In summary - same stuff already previously shown - a diode and SiC only - NO GaN-on-Si transistor The ever-presented current collapse problem is very difficult to control and solve at higher voltages.

Les_Slater
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re: Transphorm delivers more 600-V GaN power components
Les_Slater   5/15/2012 4:05:11 AM
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Sounds exciting. Would like to see spec sheets.



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