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Introduces the physical principles and operational characteristics of high speed semiconductor devices. Intended for use by advanced students as well as professional engineers and scientists involved in semiconductor device research, it includes the most advanced and important topics in high speed semiconductor devices. Initial chapters cover material properties, advanced technologies and novel device building blocks, and serve as the basis for understanding and analyzing devices in subsequent chapters. The following chapters cover a group of closely related devices that includes MOSFETs, MESFETs, heterojunction FETs and permeable-base transistors, hot electron transistors, microwave diodes and photonic devices, among others. Each chapter is self-contained and features a summary section, a discussion of future device trend, and an instructional problem set.
High Speed Semiconductor Devices is the first textbook to focus on this topic. It gives a comprehensive introduction suitable for advanced students of electrical engineering and physics. It is practically oriented considering both physical limits and technical feasibility. It is illustrated with extensive exercises, full solutions and worked examples that give practical insight to and extend the treatment of the text.
Introduces the physical principles and operational characteristics of high speed semiconductor devices. Intended for use by advanced students as well as professional engineers and scientists involved in semiconductor device research, it includes the most advanced and important topics in high speed semiconductor devices. Initial chapters cover material properties, advanced technologies and novel device building blocks, and serve as the basis for understanding and analyzing devices in subsequent chapters. The following chapters cover a group of closely related devices that includes MOSFETs, MESFETs, heterojunction FETs and permeable-base transistors, hot electron transistors, microwave diodes and photonic devices, among others. Each chapter is self-contained and features a summary section, a discussion of future device trend, and an instructional problem set.
Solid state physics is a fascinating sub-genre of condensed matter physics - though some graduate students consider it a very boring and tedious subject area in Physics and others even call it a “squalid state”. Topics covered in this book are built on standard solid state physics references available in most online libraries or in other books on solid state physics. The complexity of high speed semiconductor physics and related devices arose from condensed solid state matter. The content covered in this book gives a deep coverage on some topics or sections that may be covered only superficially in other literature. Therefore, these topics are likely to differ a great deal from what is deemed important elsewhere in other books or available literature. There are many extremely good books on solid-state physics and condensed matter physics but very few of these books are restricted to high speed semiconductor physic though. Chapter one covers the general semiconductor qualities that make high speed semiconductor devices effect and includes the theory of crystals, diffusion and ist mechanisms, while chapter two covers solid state materials, material processing for high speed semiconductor devices and an introduction to quantum theory for materials in relation to density of states of the radiation for a black body and ist radiation properties. Chapter three discuss high speed semiconductor energy band theory, energy bands in general solid semiconductor materials, the Debye model, the Einstein model the Debye model and semiconductor transport carriers in 3D semiconductors while chapter four discuss effect of external force on current flow based on the concept of holes valence band, and lattice scattering in high speed devices. Chapter five briefly describes solid state thermoelectric fundamentals, thermoelectric material and thermoelectric theory of solids in lattice and phonons while chapter six scattering in high field effect in semiconductors in inter-valley electron scattering and the associated Fermi Dirac statistics and Maxwell-Boltzmann approximation on their carrier concentration variation with energy in extrinsic doping chapter seven covers p-n junction diodes, varactor diode, pin diode Schottky diode and their transient response of diode in multi-valley semiconductors. Chapter eight discusses high speed metal semiconductor field effect transistors.
This authoritative account of electronic and optoelectronic devices covers the fundamental principles of operation, and, uniquely, their circuit applications too.
Fuelled by rapid growth in communications technology, silicon heterostructures and related high-speed semiconductors are spearheading the drive toward smaller, faster and lower power devices. High-Speed Heterostructure Devices is a textbook on modern high-speed semiconductor devices intended for both graduate students and practising engineers. This book is concerned with the underlying physics of heterostructures as well as some of the most recent techniques for modeling and simulating these devices. Emphasis is placed on heterostructure devices of the immediate future such as the MODFET, HBT and RTD. The principles of operation of other devices such as the Bloch Oscillator, RITD, Gunn diode, quantum cascade laser and SOI and LD MOSFETs are also introduced. Initially developed for a graduate course taught at Ohio State University, the book comes with a complete set of homework problems and a web link to MATLAB programs supporting the lecture material.
An all-inclusive treatment of high-speed electronic and optoelectronic devices, emphasizing circuit applications and advanced device design solutions.
In this review volume, the editors have included the state-of-the-art research and development in nano composites, and optical electronics written by experts in the field. In addition, it also covers applications for emerging technologies in High-Speed Electronics. In summary, topics covered in this volume includes various aspects of high performance materials and devices for implementing High-Speed Electronic systems.
High speed optical sources at 1.3 mum are required to drive the fiber optic infrastructure around the world. Of the three components that make up an optical link, these sources limit the overall data transmission capacity of these networks. The importance of operating at 1.3 mum, has led device engineers to rely on InP-based devices, though inferior in many ways to devices based on GaAs. This work seeks to develop new device designs to improve the directly modulated bandwidths of 1.3 mum lasers.
An in-depth, up-to-date presentation of the physics and operational principles of all modern semiconductor devices The companion volume to Dr. Sze's classic Physics of Semiconductor Devices, Modern Semiconductor Device Physics covers all the significant advances in the field over the past decade. To provide the most authoritative, state-of-the-art information on this rapidly developing technology, Dr. Sze has gathered the contributions of world-renowned experts in each area. Principal topics include bipolar transistors, compound-semiconductor field-effect-transistors, MOSFET and related devices, power devices, quantum-effect and hot-electron devices, active microwave diodes, high-speed photonic devices, and solar cells. Supported by hundreds of illustrations and references and a problem set at the end of each chapter, Modern Semiconductor Device Physics is the essential text/reference for electrical engineers, physicists, material scientists, and graduate students actively working in microelectronics and related fields.

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