MOS transistor

MOS transistor

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In a field-effect MOS transistor containing one semiconductor crystal (substrate), the current flows from the source electrode deposited on the highly doped region of the n-conductivity semiconductor crystal substrate to the drain electrode deposited on the heavily doped region of the semiconductor substrate with p-conductivity, through a channel located under the gate electrode.
Mandal, "An improvised MOS transistor model suitable for geometric program based analog circuit sizing in submicron technology", VLSID, 2010.
O'Reilly, "Simulation-based Reusable posynomial models for MOS transistor parameters", DATE, 2007.
Switching response of complementary symmetry MOS transistor logic circuits," RCA Rev.
Developed with DENSO's own technology, the new SJ MOS transistor can be used to increase the energy efficiency of personal computer AC adapters, servers, in-vehicle power converters, and other devices, while also making them smaller in size.
Another wideband bulk-injection mixer has been designed with a four-terminal MOS transistor [23, 24].
They use an accurate but simple MOS transistor model for design, in order to reduce the distance between hand design and simulation results.
His 1974 paper on MOS transistor scaling is universally referenced and has been reprinted as a 'Classic Paper' in the Proceedings of the IEEE.
A standard n-channel MOS transistor is thus converted into a non-volatile memory cell.
Tokyo, Japan, Jan 17, 2006 - (JCN) - The National Institute for Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and Tohoku University announced the manufacture of a high-performance upright-type double gate MOS transistor capable of ultra-large scale integration using neutral beams which cannot damage silicon substrates.
This article presents an n-channel MOS transistor model for the simulation of CMOS RF circuits in the gigahertz range.
So indeed, MOS transistor scaling has served us well by providing continued improvements in density, performance, and power.