Summary: Devices DC, RF, and microwave power performances between Al0.3Ga0.7As/In0.15Ga0.85As double doped-channel FET (D-DCFETs), conventional doped-channel FETs (DCFETs) and HEMTs are compared with each other. Device linearity and power performance have been improved by a double doped-channel design. The D-DCFETs provides a higher current density, higher gate breakdown voltage, and improves gate operation bias range as well as frequency performance. The linear power gain and output power for D-DCFETs is 19 dB and 305 mW/mm with a power-added efficiency of 52% at Vds = 2.5 V under a 1.9 GHz operation. These advantages suggest that double doped-channel design is more suitable for a high linearity and high microwave power device applications.