HWSOL3

HWSOL3 - 4 0.67 V 0.32 0.16 0.7 um 4.1e4 2.12e4 8.9e4 kV/cm 0.11 0.029 0.53 5 ε E C E i E V E F G qV m Φ Accumulation of holes n=ni exp(Ef-Ei/kT

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2. (b) (c) Process steps are similar to that of inverter (Lecture 5 notes), or use similar steps as shown below for fabrication of a MOSFET. A B VDD Gnd OUT
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3. Delay of input E to the output is higher than that of the input A to the output due to inverter in the path E to the output. The command for measuring the delay from E to output (F) is shown below: suppose .meas tran tdelayE trig v(E) val=0.5 rise=2 targ v(F) val=0.5 fall=2
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Unformatted text preview: 4. 0.67 V 0.32, 0.16, 0.7 um 4.1e4, 2.12e4, 8.9e4 kV/cm 0.11, 0.029, 0.53 5. ε E C E i E V E F G qV m ' Φ Accumulation of holes n=ni * exp((Ef-Ei)/kT) b Ef = 4.94 eV by assuming Ei=4.5 VFB = phi_m – phi_s = 4.4 – 4.94 = -0.54 V E FM E i E F E V Depletion E O M S E C E i E V E F M E FM E FS E Inversion (c) Simplifying the problem by assuming:...
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2010 for the course ECE 134 taught by Professor York during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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HWSOL3 - 4 0.67 V 0.32 0.16 0.7 um 4.1e4 2.12e4 8.9e4 kV/cm 0.11 0.029 0.53 5 ε E C E i E V E F G qV m Φ Accumulation of holes n=ni exp(Ef-Ei/kT

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