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Operation and modeling of the MOS transistor

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Published by WCB/McGraw-Hill in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metal oxide semiconductors -- Mathematical models.,
  • Metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesMOS transistor
    StatementYannis Tsividis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7871.99.M44 T77 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 620 p. :
    Number of Pages620
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL363440M
    ISBN 100070655235
    LC Control Number98023682

    However, the junction transistor was a relatively bulky device that was difficult to manufacture on a mass-production basis, which limited it to a number of specialised applications. He has a Ph. The silicon MOSFET did not generate localized electron traps at the interface between the silicon and its native oxide layer, and thus was inherently free from the trapping and scattering of carriers that had impeded the performance of earlier attempts at building a field-effect transistor. Unfortunately, many semiconductors with better electrical properties than silicon, such as gallium arsenidedo not form good semiconductor-to-insulator interfaces, and thus are not suitable for MOSFETs.

    In the course of trying to understand the mysterious reasons behind their failure to build a working FET, this led two members of Shockley's team, John Bardeen and Walter Brattainto instead build a point-contact transistorthe first working transistor, inwhich was followed by Shockley's bipolar junction transistor BJT in Commercialization[ edit ] The MOSFET was the first truly compact transistor that could be miniaturised and mass-produced for a wide range of uses. Research continues[ when? However, the junction transistor was a relatively bulky device that was difficult to manufacture on a mass-production basis, which limited it to a number of specialised applications.

    Atalla in the late s. FETs were theorized as potential alternatives to junction transistors, but researchers were unable to build practical FETs, largely due to the troublesome surface state barrier that prevented the external electric field from penetrating into the material. Intel[79]. This is known as surface passivationa method that later became critical to the semiconductor industry as it made possible the mass-production of silicon semiconductor technology, such as integrated circuit IC chips.


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Operation and modeling of the MOS transistor book

His work with MOS transistors began in as part of his Ph. When a voltage is applied between the gate and body terminals, the electric field generated penetrates through the oxide and creates an inversion layer or channel at the semiconductor-insulator interface. He has a Ph. This is known as surface passivationa method that later became critical to the semiconductor industry as it made possible the mass-production of silicon semiconductor technology, such as integrated circuit IC chips.

The silicon MOSFET did not generate localized electron traps at the interface between the silicon and its native oxide layer, and thus was inherently free from the trapping and scattering of carriers that had impeded the performance of earlier attempts at building a field-effect transistor.

The silicon MOSFET did not generate localized electron traps at the interface between the silicon and its native oxide layer, and thus was inherently free from the trapping and scattering of carriers that had impeded the performance of earlier attempts at building a field-effect transistor.

It used crystalline silicon for the semiconductor and a thermally oxidized layer of silicon dioxide for the insulator. He developed the backward-propagation-of-variation BPV technique for statistical modeling and has been a primary advocate of the use of Verilog-A and compilers for device modeling.

Previous Publication Date s. Previous Publication Date s Features Unified, careful treatment, starting from basic physical principles and explaining MOS transistor phenomena in a logical and systematic fashion, supplemented with extensive intuitive discussions In-depth coverage of the development of many important models--ranging from the simple to the sophisticated--clearly identifying the connections between them, and encompassing many aspects of modeling, including dc, small-signal, large-signal transient, quasi-static operation, non-quasi-static operation, and noise A completely re-written chapter on modeling for circuit simulation, covering the considerations and pitfalls in the development of models for computer-aided design Extensively updated bibliography An accompanying website includes additional details not covered in the text, as well as model computer code About the Author s Yannis Tsividis is Charles Batchelor Professor of Electrical Engineering at Columbia University.

FETs were theorized as potential alternatives to junction transistors, but researchers were unable to build practical FETs, largely due to the troublesome surface state barrier that prevented the external electric field from penetrating into the material. The inversion layer provides a channel through which current can pass between source and drain terminals.

A breakthrough came with the work of Egyptian engineer Mohamed M. Colin McAndrew became involved with modeling semiconductor devices in and has contributed to the development of models for MOS, bipolar, and passive devices. He has a Ph. In the course of trying to understand the mysterious reasons behind their failure to build a working FET, this led two members of Shockley's team, John Bardeen and Walter Brattainto instead build a point-contact transistorthe first working transistor, inwhich was followed by Shockley's bipolar junction transistor BJT in Varying the voltage between the gate and body modulates the conductivity of this layer and thereby controls the current flow between drain and source.

He developed the backward-propagation-of-variation BPV technique for statistical modeling and has been a primary advocate of the use of Verilog-A and compilers for device modeling.

This is known as enhancement mode. The gate is separated from the channel by a thin insulating layer, traditionally of silicon dioxide and later of silicon oxynitride.

Unfortunately, many semiconductors with better electrical properties than silicon, such as gallium arsenidedo not form good semiconductor-to-insulator interfaces, and thus are not suitable for MOSFETs. In the course of trying to understand the mysterious reasons behind their failure to build a working FET, this led two members of Shockley's team, John Bardeen and Walter Brattainto instead build a point-contact transistorthe first working transistor, inwhich was followed by Shockley's bipolar junction transistor BJT in Commercialization[ edit ] The MOSFET was the first truly compact transistor that could be miniaturised and mass-produced for a wide range of uses.

Unfortunately, many semiconductors with better electrical properties than silicon, such as gallium arsenidedo not form good semiconductor-to-insulator interfaces, and thus are not suitable for MOSFETs.Operation And Modeling Of The Mos Transistor Y.

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