ECE216-Lecture-01-Introduction

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Unformatted text preview: ity Equations 3. The Current -Continuity Equations 4. Poisson’s Equation 5. Schr¨dinger’s Equation o 6. Boundary Conditions 7. Equilibrium Solutions 8. Non -equilibrium Solutions 9. Temperature Effects 10. High -Field Effects ECE 216 Chapter 1 – Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Lecture 01.8 5. SCHOTTKY BARRIERS 1. Introduction 2. Integrated -Circuit Schottky -Barrier Structures 3. Energy -Band Diagram 4. Depletion -Region Width 5. Depletion Capacitance 6. Current -Voltage I (V ) Characteristics 7. Ohmic Contacts 8. MESFETs 9. SPICE MESFET MODEL ECE 216 Chapter 1 – Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Lecture 01.9 6. PN-JUNCTION DIODES 1. Introduction 2. Integrated -Circuit PN -Junction Structures 3. Energy -Band Diagram 4. PN Junction in Thermal Equilibrium 5. PN Junction with a Forward Bias 6. PN Junction with a Reverse Bias 7. Current -Voltage I (V ) Characteristics 8. Capacitance -Voltage C (V ) Characteristics 9. Temperature Effects 10. High -Current Effects 11. PN -Junction Breakdown 12. PN -Junction SPICE Model ECE 216 Chapter 1 – Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Lecture 01.10 7. BIPOLAR -JUNCTION TRANSISTORS 1. Introduction 2. Integrated -Circuit Bipolar Junction Transistor Structures 3. Energy -Band Diagram 4. Bipolar Junction Transistor in Thermal Equilibrium 5. BJT Bias Conditions and Modes of Operation 6. BJT Ebers -Moll Model and Static I (V ) Characteristics 7. BJT Capacitance -Voltage C (V ) Characteristics 8. BJT Charge -Control Model and Dynamic I (V ) Characteristics 9. BJT Small -Signal Equivalent Circuit 10. Temperature Effects 11. Frequency Effects 12. Switching Analysis 13. BJT Breakdown 14. BJT SPICE Model ECE 216 Chapter 1 – Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Lecture 01.11 8. MOS CAPACITORS 1. Introduction 2. Integrated -Circuit MOS Capacitor Structures 3. Charges and Traps in MOS Capacitors 4. Energy -Band Diagram 5. MOS Capacitor in Thermal Equilibrium 6. Bias Conditions: Accumulation, Depletion, and Inversion 7. Flat -ba...
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