Unformatted text preview: 1 ) b t r a P Exam 1 ECE 559 (Fall 2009), Purdue University
: s t n i o p 0 3 m e l b o r P 4
0 r V
E = s o g f 0 ε = ε E s g V G
g g V 2 n i s a e r c n i µ D s ε S µ
s ) ( E 2 ) f E ( 1 d V f For the NMOS shown above, derive an
are electro-chemical potential energies at the source and drain
source (S) to Drain (D).
terminals, respectively. The Fermi distribution function
specifies, under equilibrium
conditions, the probability that an available state at an energy E will be occupied by an
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