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    ECE 440 Homework XI Fall 2008 Due: Monday, Nov. 17, 2008 1. Redraw Fig. 7-3 for an n+-p-n transistor, and explain the various components of carrier flow and current directions. 2. Sketch the energy band diagram for an n-p-n transistor in equilibrium (all

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    ECE 340 Homework I Due: Wednesday, January 28, 2004 (30 points total) Spring 2004 1. How many atoms are found inside a unit cell of a simple cubic (sc), body-centered cubic (bcc), facecentered cubic (fcc), diamond structure, and zinc-blende structure crys

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    ECE 340 1. Homework IX Due: Friday, March 19, 2004 Spring 2004 A n+-p Si junction with a long p-region has the following properties: Na =1.5x1016/cm3; n = 1020 cm2/V-s; p = 380 cm2/V-s; n =1 s. If we apply 0.7 V forward bias to the junction at 300 K, what

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    ECE 440 Homework VI Due: Friday, October 16, 2009 Fall 2009 Please write your name and net ID on your homework. For full credit please show all work leading to your answer. Note some of the metal work functions given below may differ slightly from the tex

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    ECE 340 Homework VII Due: Monday, February 23, 2004 Spring 2004 1. In soldering wires to a sample such as that shown in Fig. 3-25, it is difficult to align the Hall probes A and B precisely. If B is displaced slightly down the length of the bar from A, an

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    ECE 340 Homework IV Fall 2005 Due: Friday, September 16, 2005 17 3 13 3 1. A compensated germanium sample is doped with 1x10 /cm acceptors and 5x10 /cm donors. (a) What is the electron and hole concentration respectively at room temperature 15 3 13 3 unde

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    ECE 340 Homework XIII Due: Wednesday, April 07, 2004 Spring 2004 1. Redraw Fig. 7-3 for an n+-p-n transistor, and explain the various components of carrier flow and current directions. 2. Sketch the energy band diagram for an n-p-n transistor in equilibri

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    ECE 340 1. Homework X Due: Monday, March 15, 2004 Spring 2004 When a prolonged diffusion or a high-energy implantation is conducted to form a p/n junction. The doping profile near the junction is usually graded, and the step-junction approach is no longer

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    ECE 440 Homework VI Fall 2008 Due: Wednesday, October 08, 2008 1. Consider a silicon sample at 300 K. Assume that the electron concentration varies linearly with distance. At x=0, the electron concentration is n(0). At x=10 m, the electron concentration i

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    ECE 440 Homework VIII Fall 2008 Due: Monday, October 27, 2008 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has the following properties at 300 K: p-side n-side Na = 3x1017/cm3 n = 0.1 s p = 180 cm2/V-s n = 540 cm2/V-s A = 10-3cm2 Nd = 6x1015/cm3 p = 10 s n = 1160 cm2/

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    ECE 440 Homework V Fall 2009 Due: Friday, October 09, 2009 Please write your name and net ID on your homework. Show all work leading to your answer. 1. The acceptor profile of a silicon sample is shown below. Assume that the majority carrier mobility can

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    ECE 440 Homework III Fall 2009 Due: Friday, September 18, 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. 1. a) Construct a semi-logarithmic plot for the following experimental result

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    ECE 440 Homework III Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 15, 2008 1. (a) A GaAs semiconductor crystal is doped with carbon atoms. If the carbon atoms displace arsenic atoms, does the crystal become an n-type or p-type material? Why? (b) For a nonstoichiometr

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    ECE 440 Homework IV Fall 2009 Due: Friday, September 25, 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. 1. A Si bar is 0.2 cm long and 200 m2 in cross-sectional area. Find the curren

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    ECE 440 Homework III Solutions Spring 2008 1. (a) It was mentioned in Section 3.2 that the covalent bonding model gives false impression of the localization of carriers. As an illustration, calculate the radius of the electron orbit around the donor in Fi

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    ECE 444 Fall 2005 Sakulsuk Unarunotai sunarun2@uiuc.edu ECE 440 Review Problems 5.9 18 3 15 3 An abrupt Si p-n junction has N a = 10 cm on one side and N d = 5 10 cm on the other side (a) Calculate the Fermi level positions at 300 K in the p and n regions

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    In answering the following multiple choice questions select and circle the most nearly correct answers. 1. (5 points) Consider silicon doped with 1017 cm-3 donors which are all ionized. Knowing that the electron concentration is always much greater than t

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    ECE 444 Fall 2005 Sakulsuk Unarunotai sunarun2@uiuc.edu ECE 440 Review Problems 5.9 An abrupt Si p-n junction has N a = 1018 cm 3 on one side and N d = 5 1015 cm 3 on the other side (a) Calculate the Fermi level positions at 300 K in the p and n regions.

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    ECE 440 Homework VII Fall 2008 Due: Monday, October 20, 2008 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has Na = 6x1016/cm3 on the p-side and Nd = 2x1017/cm3 on the nside. (a) Calculate the Fermi level positions at 300 K in the p and n regions. P region: (1) Ei Ef = kT

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    ECE 440 Homework V Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 29, 2008 1. How long does it take an average electron to drift 0.2 mm in (a) pure Si and (b) Si doped with 6x1016/cm3 donors at an electric field of 100 V/cm? Repeat for 105 V/cm. Assume that the electro

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    ECE 440 Homework VII Fall 2008 Due: Monday, October 20, 2008 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has Na = 6x1016/cm3 on the p-side and Nd = 2x1017/cm3 on the nside. (a) Calculate the Fermi level positions at 300 K in the p and n regions. (b) Draw an equilibrium

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    ECE 440 Homework VI Fall 2008 Due: Wednesday, October 08, 2008 1. Consider a silicon sample at 300 K. Assume that the electron concentration varies linearly with distance. At x=0, the electron concentration is n(0). At x=10 m, the electron concentration i

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    ECE 440 Homework IV Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 22, 2008 1. In practice we assume that the intrinsic Fermi level, Ei, coincides with the center of the band gap. In reality it is not true. Derive an expression relating the intrinsic level Ei to the ce

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    ECE 440 Homework V Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 29, 2008 1. How long does it take an average electron to drift 0.2 mm in (a) pure Si and (b) Si doped with 6x1016/cm3 donors at an electric field of 100 V/cm? Repeat for 105 V/cm. Assume that the electro

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    ECE 440 Homework III Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 15, 2008 1. (a) A GaAs semiconductor crystal is doped with carbon atoms. If the carbon atoms displace arsenic atoms, does the crystal become an n-type or p-type material? Why? (b) For a nonstoichiometr

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    ECE 440 Homework IV Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 22, 2008 1. In practice we assume that the intrinsic Fermi level, Ei, coincides with the center of the band gap. In reality it is not true. Derive an expression relating the intrinsic level Ei to the ce

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    ECE 440 Homework II Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 08, 2008 1. Gold, one of the best conductors, has a face-centered cubic lattice. The lattice constant is 4.08. The force holding the lattice together is the metallic bonding, i.e. an interaction between

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    ECE 440 Homework III Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 15, 2008 1. (a) A GaAs semiconductor crystal is doped with carbon atoms. If the carbon atoms displace arsenic atoms, does the crystal become an n-type or p-type material? Why? (b) For a nonstoichiometr

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    ECE 440 Homework II Fall 2008 Due: Monday, September 08, 2008 1. Gold, one of the best conductors, has a face-centered cubic lattice. The lattice constant is 4.08. The force holding the lattice together is the metallic bonding, i.e. an interaction between

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    ECE 440 Homework I Solutions Fall2008 1. How many atoms are found inside a unit cell of a simple cubic (sc), body-centered cubic (bcc), face-centered cubic (fcc), diamond structure, and zinc-blende structure crystal? Find the maximum fractions of the unit

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    ECE 440 Homework I Fall 2008 Due: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 1. How many atoms are found inside a unit cell of a simple cubic (sc), body-centered cubic (bcc), face-centered cubic (fcc), diamond structure, and zinc-blende structure crystal? Find the max

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    x e -0.002 0 0.455 0 -3.48 0 2 1 0 -0.1 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 -1 -2 -3 -4 -0.1 0 -0.02 0 -0.02 -1.00E+18 0 -1.00E+18 0 2.00E+16 0.455 2.00E+16 0.455 0.00E+00 0.5 0.00E+00 200000000000000000 0 -0.1 0 -200000000000000000 0.1 0.2 0.3 5x10 -400000000000000000

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    ECE 440 Homework XVII Fall 2006 Due: Friday, December 8, 2006 1. Refer to Fig. 1-13. Assuming the lattice constant varies linearly with composition x for a ternary alloy, what composition of GaSb1-xAsx is lattice-matched to InP? What composition of InxGa1

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    ECE 440 Homework XIV Solutions Fall 2005 Due: Wednesday, November 16, 2005 1. For an ideal MOS structure, the SiO2 thickness is 150 , and the substrate is doped with 16 3 10 /cm acceptors. Determine the threshold voltage, VT, required to achieve strong in

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    ECE 440 Homework VIII Fall 2005 Due: Monday, October 10, 2005 16 3 17 3 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has Na = 7x10 /cm on the p-side and Nd = 2x10 /cm on the nside. (a) Calculate the Fermi level positions at 300 K in the p and n regions. P region: 7 1016

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    ECE 440 Homework IX Solutions Fall 2005 Due: Monday, October 17, 2005 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has the following properties at 300 K: -3 n-side p-side 17 3 2 A = 10 cm 15 3 Na = 2x10 /cm Nd = 4x10 /cm n = 0.1 s p = 10 s 2 n = 1200 cm /V-s 2 p = 420

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    17 - p(t) = p + p0 [cm 3] 1.02 Carrier Concentrations x 10 1.015 1.01 1.005 1 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 0 50 100 150 t [ns] 200 250 300 16 - log( n(t) = n + n0 ) [cm 3] 10 15 10 14 10 13 10 12 10

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    N arrow-BaseD iode A n arrow-base *-n d iode i s s ketched elow a long w ith t he e quilibrium b and p b diagram.D iffusion o f m inority h oles w ithin t he n -regionw ill b e c haracterizedvery simply t hroughu se o f a ' straight-line' a pproximation.

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    ECE 440 Homework I Fall 2006 Due: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 1. How many atoms are found inside a unit cell of a simple cubic (sc), body-centered cubic (bcc), face-centered cubic (fcc), diamond structure, and zinc-blende structure crystal? Find the maximu

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    ECE 440 Homework II Fall 2006 Due: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 1. (a) A GaAs semiconductor crystal is doped with carbon atoms. If the carbon atoms displace arsenic atoms, does the crystal become an n-type or p-type material? Why? (b) For a nonstoichiome

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    ECE 440 Homework XVI Fall 2006 Due: Monday, December 04, 2006 1. A lightly-doped-drain (LDD) structure is incorporated in a MOSFET. To fabricate such a structure, a heavy diffusion or implantation is first used to increase the doping in the drain region.

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    ECE 440 Homework XV Fall 2006 Due: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 + 1. An n -polysilicon-gate p-channel MOS transistor is made on an n-type Si substrate with Nd = 16 3 5x10 /cm . The SiO2 thickness is 100 in the gate region, and the effective interface char

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    ECE 440 Homework XIV Fall 2006 Due: Wednesday, November 15, 2006 1. For an ideal MOS structure, the SiO2 thickness is 200 , and the substrate is doped with 16 3 10 /cm acceptors. Determine the threshold voltage, VT, required to achieve strong inversion an

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    ECE 440 Homework XIII Fall 2006 Due: Friday, November 10, 2006 1. Field-effect transistors employ a mechanism different from that of BJT to control the output current by changing the charge density in the active region. The following problem is designed t

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    ECE 440 Homework XII Fall 2006 Due: Wednesday, Nov 01, 2006 + 1. Redraw Fig. 7-3 for an n -p-n transistor, and explain the various components of carrier flow and current directions. 2. Sketch the energy band diagram for an n-p-n transistor in equilibrium

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    ECE 440 Homework XI Fall 2006 Due: Wednesday, October 25, 2006 1. A Schottky barrier is formed between a metal having a work function of 4.2 eV and p-type Si (electron affinity = 4 eV). The acceptor doping in the Si is 6x1017/cm3. (a) Draw the equilibrium

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    ECE 440 Homework X Fall 2006 Due: Friday, October 20, 2006 + 17 3 1. A p -n silicon diode (Vo = 0.956 volts) has a donor doping of 10 /cm and an nregion width = 1 m. Does it break down by avalanche or punchthrough? What if the 16 3 doping is only 10 /cm ?

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    ECE 440 Homework IX Fall 2006 Due: Monday, October 16, 2006 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has the following properties at 300 K: p-side -3 n-side 17 Na = 3x10 /cm 3 n = 0.1 s A = 10 cm 15 Na = 6x10 /cm 2 3 p = 10 s 2 n = 1160 cm /V-s 2 p = 420 cm /V-s p

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    ECE 440 Homework VII Fall 2006 Due: Friday, September 29, 2006 1. Consider a silicon sample at 300 K. Assume that the electron concentration varies linearly with distance. At x=0, the electron concentration is n(0). At x=10 m, the electron concentration i

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    ECE 440 Homework VI Fall 2006 Due: Monday, September 25, 2006 17 3 1. (a) Construct a semilogarithmic plot such as Fig. 4-7 for GaAs doped with 1x10 /cm 15 3 acceptors and having 2x10 EHP/cm created uniformly at t = 0. Assume that n= p =50 ns. (b) Calcula

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    ECE 440 Homework V Fall 2006 Due: Friday, September 22, 2006 2 17 3 1. A Ge bar 1m long and 100 m in cross-sectional area is doped with 1x10 /cm gallium. Find the current at 300 K with 10 V applied assuming that the saturation thermal velocity of 7 electr

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    ECE 340 Homework III Fall 2006 Due: Monday, September 11, 2006 1. In practice we assume that the intrinsic Fermi level, Ei, coincides with the center of the band gap. In reality it is not true. Derive an expression relating the intrinsic level Ei to the c

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    ECE 440 Homework IV Fall 2006 Due: Friday, September 15, 2006 17 3 13 3 1. A compensated germanium sample is doped with 1x10 /cm acceptors and 5x10 /cm donors. (a) What is the electron and hole concentration respectively at room temperature 15 3 13 3 unde

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    ECE 340 February 28, 2012 First Hour Exam Name:_Section_ Useful Formulas and Data: Problem1 A semiconductor has a non-uniform doping profile that results in the band diagram shown in the figure below. At T=300K the energy gap is EG=42kBT, and the intrinsi

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    ECE 440 Homework VI Fall 2008 Due: Wednesday, October 08, 2008 1. Consider a silicon sample at 300 K. Assume that the electron concentration varies linearly with distance. At x=0, the electron concentration is n(0). At x=10 m, the electron concentration i

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    ECE 440 Homework III Due: Friday, September 18, 2009 Fall 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. 1. a) Construct a semi-logarithmic plot for the following experimental result

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    ECE 440 Homework VII Fall 2009 Due: Friday, Oct 23, 2009 1. Field-effect transistors control the output current by changing the charge density in the active region. The following problem is designed to illustrate the effect of changing charge density on t

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    ECE 440 Homework VI Fall 2009 Due: Friday, October 16, 2009 Please write your name and net ID on your homework. For full credit please show all work leading to your answer. Note some of the metal work functions given below may differ slightly from the tex

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    ECE 440 Homework V Fall 2009 Due: Friday, October 09, 2009 Please write your name and net ID on your homework. Show all work leading to your answer. 1. The acceptor profile of a silicon sample is shown below. Assume that the majority carrier mobility can

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    ECE 440 Homework IV Fall 2009 Due: Friday, September 25, 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. 1. A Si bar is 0.2 cm long and 200 m2 in cross-sectional area. Find the curren

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    ECE 440 Homework III Fall 2009 Due: Friday, September 18, 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. 1. a) Construct a semi-logarithmic plot for the following experimental result

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    ECE 440 Homework II Fall 2009 Due: Friday, September 11, 2009 1. Gold, one of the best conductors, has a face-centered cubic lattice. The lattice constant is 4.08. The force holding the lattice together is the metallic bonding, i.e. an interaction between

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    ECE 440 Homework I Fall 2009 Due: Wednesday, September 02, 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. 1. In this problem, we will be partly using a web-based simulations that are

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    ECE 440 Solution Due: Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Fall 2009 1. In this problem, we will be partly using a web-based simulations that are contained within the NanoHUB website (a NSF sponsored education and research resource), which can be found at: https:

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    ECE 440 Homework X Solutions Summer 2006 1. Redraw Fig. 6-12 for the p-channel (n-type substrate) case. Also include schematic drawings showing the electric circuit and contact configurations. 1 15 3 2. An ideal MOS capacitor which is made on an n-type Si

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    ECE 440 1. Homework XI Summer 2006 (a) Find the voltage VFB required to reduce to zero the negative charge induced at the semiconductor surface by a sheet of positive charge Qox located x below the metal. (b) In the case of an arbitrary distribution of ch

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    ECE 440 1. Homework XI Summer 2006 Due: Tuesday, August 01, 2006 (a) Find the voltage VFB required to reduce to zero the negative charge induced at the semiconductor surface by a sheet of positive charge Qox located x below the metal. (b) In the case of a

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    ECE 440 Homework IX Due: Thursday, July 20, 2006 Summer 2006 + 1. Assume that a p -n diode is built with an n region width l smaller than a hole diffusion length ( l < Lp). This is the so-called narrow base diode. Since for this case holes are injected in

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    ECE 440 Homework VII Solution Fall 2009 Due: Friday, Oct 23, 2009 1. Field-effect transistors control the output current by changing the charge density in the active region. The following problem is designed to illustrate the effect of changing charge den

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    ECE 440 Homework 9 Fall 2009 Due: Monday, Nov 9, 2009 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has Na = 6x1016/cm3 on the p-side and Nd = 2x1017/cm3 on the nside. (a) Calculate the Fermi level positions with respect to the conduction band and the valence band in the

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    ECE 440 Homework VIII Fall 2009 Due: Monday, November 02, 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. Problem # 1: A semi-infinite p-type bar is illuminated with light which gener

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    ECE 440 Homework V Due: Friday, October 09, 2009 Fall 2009 Please write your name and net ID on your homework. Show all work leading to your answer. 1. The acceptor profile of a silicon sample is shown below. Assume that the majority carrier mobility can

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    ECE 440 Due: Friday, September 25, 2009 Homework IV Fall 2009 Print your name and netid legibly. Show all work leading to your answer clearly and neatly. Staple multiple pages. 1. A Si bar is 0.2 cm long and 200 m2 in cross-sectional area. Find the curren

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    ECE 440 Homework 2 Solution Due: Friday, September 11, 2009 Fall 2009 1. Gold, one of the best conductors, has a face-centered cubic lattice. The lattice constant is 4.08. The force holding the lattice together is the metallic bonding, i.e. an interaction

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    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    ECE 440 Homework V Fall 2009 Due: Friday, October 16, 2009 Please write your name and net ID on your homework. For full credit please show all work leading to your answer. 1. MOS Band Diagrams. Consider four simple cases of the MOS capacitor, all combinat

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    Homework VIII: Fall 2009 ECE 440 3. Steady State Excess Carriers Simulation. In this exercise, we will use the following tool on the nanoHUB: http:/nanohub.org/resources/semi Consider the n-type semiconductor pictured below for this problem. Select experi

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    ECE 440 Homework 12 Fall 2009 Due: Friday, Dec 4, 2009 1. Sketch the energy band diagram for an n-p-n transistor in equilibrium (all terminals grounded) and also under normal active bias (emitter junction forward biased, collector junction reverse biased)

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    HW 12

    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    ECE 440 Homework 12 Fall 2009 Due: Friday, Dec 4, 2009 1. Sketch the energy band diagram for an n-p-n transistor in equilibrium (all terminals grounded) and also under normal active bias (emitter junction forward biased, collector junction reverse biased)

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    HW 10 Solution ECE 440 Problem 1 Problem 2 1. P-N junction Simulation. To analyze a pn junction, we solve the continuity equations for electrons and holes, the drift-diffusion equations (which describe how carriers move in response to an electric field),

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    ECE 440 Homework 11 Solution Fall 2009 1. Illuminated Diode. A silicon p-n diode with reverse saturation current 10 -10 A is used as photodiode. This diode is illuminated with sunlight, yielding a photocurrent of 1 mA. Find the maximum power (Pm) which ca

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    ECE 440 Homework 11 2009 Fall Due: Friday, Nov 20, 2009 1. Illuminated Diode. A silicon p-n diode with reverse saturation current 10 -10 A is used as photodiode. This diode is illuminated with sunlight, yielding a photocurrent of 1 mA. Find the maximum po

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    ECE 440 Homework 10 Fall 2009 Due: Friday, Nov 13, 2009 1. A voltage VA = 23.03 kT/q is being applied to a step junction diode with n- and p-side dopings of NA = 1017 cm-3 and ND = 1016 cm-3. Make a dimensioned log(p and n) versus x sketch of both the maj

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    Course: Solid State Electronic Devices

    ECE 440 Homework 9 Solutions Fall 2009 Due: Monday, Nov 9, 2009 1. An abrupt Si p-n junction has Na = 6x1016/cm3 on the p-side and Nd = 2x1017/cm3 on the nside. (a) Calculate the Fermi level positions at 300 K in the p and n regions. P region: (1) Ei Ef

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    ECE 440 Homework IX Due: Thursday, July 20, 2006 Summer 2006 + 1. Assume that a p -n diode is built with an n region width l smaller than a hole diffusion length ( l < Lp). This is the so-called narrow base diode. Since for this case holes are injected in

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    ECE440 HomeworkV Summer2006 14 3 1. A1cmlongGebarhasalinearacceptordistributionNA=10 (1+ax)/cm ,wherea= 10/mm. (a)Plottheholecarrierdistributionatequilibriumat300Kfromx=0to1cm. Theapproximation p0 N A isvalidif N A n i .Sincetheminimumvalueofthevariable d

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    ECE 440 Homework VIII Solutions + Summer 2006 17 3 1. A p -n silicon diode (Vo = 0.956 volts) has a donor doping of 2x10 /cm and nregion width = 1 m. Does it break down by avalanche or punchthrough? What if the 16 3 doping is only 1.5x10 /cm ? Refer to Fi

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    School: University Of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

    ECE440 HomeworkI Summer2006 Due:Thursday,June15,2006 1. Assumingthatthelatticeconstantvarieslinearlywiththecomposition,determinetheunit cellsidelengthforasilicongermaniumalloy(indiamondstructure)whichhasanatomic 22 3 densityof4.5x10 atoms/cm .Also,findthe

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