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Title: The Comparison of Current Ratio I_{\mathrm{\scriptscriptstyle ON}}/I_{\mathrm{\scriptscriptstyle OFF}} and Mobility Between SiGe Substrate and GaAs Substrate In0.23Ga0.77As Channel MOSFETs
Authors: Xiangting Kong;Renrong Liang;Xuliang Zhou;Shiyan Li;Mengqi Wang;Honggang Liu;Jing Wang;Wei Wang;Jiaoqing Pan
subject: InGaAs channel|SiGe substrate|Current ratio|mobility|MOSFETs
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper mainly describes the comparison of I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub> ratio and mobility between SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate In<sub>0.23</sub>Ga<sub>0.77</sub>As channel MOSFETs grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition. In order to make the comparison more reasonable, we choose the same size (Lg = 10 &#x03BC;m) for both the SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate MOSFETs. As for the SiGe substrate MOSFETs, its highest ON-current to the lowest OFF-current (I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub>) ratio is less than 1&#x00D7;103, while that of GaAs substrate MOSFETs are up to 4&#x00D7;104 (both at a gate bias of 3 V). Due to the Ge diffusion into the InGaAs channel, it will make the intrinsic channel become an n-type doped semiconductor and then influence the pinchoff characteristics. The maximum effective mobility of SiGe substrate MOSFETs is 1800 cm2 /V &#x00B7; s and that of GaAs substrate MOSFETs is up to 2090 cm2/V &#x00B7; s. The main reason for the higher mobility of GaAs substrate MOSFETs is maybe due to its smaller density interface trap density Dit and undoped InGaAs channel. Through comparing the performance, particularly the I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub> ratio and mobility between SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate MOSFETs, we aim to find out some feasible methods to improve the performance of InGaAs channel MOSFETs on SiGe substrate.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/179159
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/598953
ISSN: 0018-9383
1557-9646
volume: 63
issue: 8
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Title: The Comparison of Current Ratio I_{\mathrm{\scriptscriptstyle ON}}/I_{\mathrm{\scriptscriptstyle OFF}} and Mobility Between SiGe Substrate and GaAs Substrate In0.23Ga0.77As Channel MOSFETs
Authors: Xiangting Kong;Renrong Liang;Xuliang Zhou;Shiyan Li;Mengqi Wang;Honggang Liu;Jing Wang;Wei Wang;Jiaoqing Pan
subject: InGaAs channel|SiGe substrate|Current ratio|mobility|MOSFETs
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper mainly describes the comparison of I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub> ratio and mobility between SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate In<sub>0.23</sub>Ga<sub>0.77</sub>As channel MOSFETs grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition. In order to make the comparison more reasonable, we choose the same size (Lg = 10 &#x03BC;m) for both the SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate MOSFETs. As for the SiGe substrate MOSFETs, its highest ON-current to the lowest OFF-current (I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub>) ratio is less than 1&#x00D7;103, while that of GaAs substrate MOSFETs are up to 4&#x00D7;104 (both at a gate bias of 3 V). Due to the Ge diffusion into the InGaAs channel, it will make the intrinsic channel become an n-type doped semiconductor and then influence the pinchoff characteristics. The maximum effective mobility of SiGe substrate MOSFETs is 1800 cm2 /V &#x00B7; s and that of GaAs substrate MOSFETs is up to 2090 cm2/V &#x00B7; s. The main reason for the higher mobility of GaAs substrate MOSFETs is maybe due to its smaller density interface trap density Dit and undoped InGaAs channel. Through comparing the performance, particularly the I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub> ratio and mobility between SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate MOSFETs, we aim to find out some feasible methods to improve the performance of InGaAs channel MOSFETs on SiGe substrate.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/179159
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/598953
ISSN: 0018-9383
1557-9646
volume: 63
issue: 8
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: The Comparison of Current Ratio I_{\mathrm{\scriptscriptstyle ON}}/I_{\mathrm{\scriptscriptstyle OFF}} and Mobility Between SiGe Substrate and GaAs Substrate In0.23Ga0.77As Channel MOSFETs
Authors: Xiangting Kong;Renrong Liang;Xuliang Zhou;Shiyan Li;Mengqi Wang;Honggang Liu;Jing Wang;Wei Wang;Jiaoqing Pan
subject: InGaAs channel|SiGe substrate|Current ratio|mobility|MOSFETs
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper mainly describes the comparison of I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub> ratio and mobility between SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate In<sub>0.23</sub>Ga<sub>0.77</sub>As channel MOSFETs grown by metalorganic chemical vapor deposition. In order to make the comparison more reasonable, we choose the same size (Lg = 10 &#x03BC;m) for both the SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate MOSFETs. As for the SiGe substrate MOSFETs, its highest ON-current to the lowest OFF-current (I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub>) ratio is less than 1&#x00D7;103, while that of GaAs substrate MOSFETs are up to 4&#x00D7;104 (both at a gate bias of 3 V). Due to the Ge diffusion into the InGaAs channel, it will make the intrinsic channel become an n-type doped semiconductor and then influence the pinchoff characteristics. The maximum effective mobility of SiGe substrate MOSFETs is 1800 cm2 /V &#x00B7; s and that of GaAs substrate MOSFETs is up to 2090 cm2/V &#x00B7; s. The main reason for the higher mobility of GaAs substrate MOSFETs is maybe due to its smaller density interface trap density Dit and undoped InGaAs channel. Through comparing the performance, particularly the I<sub>ON</sub>/I<sub>OFF</sub> ratio and mobility between SiGe substrate and GaAs substrate MOSFETs, we aim to find out some feasible methods to improve the performance of InGaAs channel MOSFETs on SiGe substrate.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/179159
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/598953
ISSN: 0018-9383
1557-9646
volume: 63
issue: 8
Appears in Collections:2016

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