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Nanotech 2010 Vol. 2
Nanotech 2010 Vol. 2
Nanotechnology 2010: Electronics, Devices, Fabrication, MEMS, Fluidics and Computational
Chapter 10: Computational Methods, Simulation & Software Tools

Analytical Potential Distribution Model for Underlap Double Gate MOSFETs with 3T-4T and Symmetric- Asymmetric Options for Subthreshold operation: A Conformal Mapping Approach

Authors:R. Vaddi, S. Dasgupta, R.P. Agarwal
Affilation:Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IN
Pages:697 - 700
Keywords:asymmetric double gate, analytical subthreshold potential model, back gate effects, conformal mapping, gate underlap, independent double gate, symmetric double gate, tied double gate
Abstract:We propose a new analytical model to compute the potential distribution in gate overlap and underlap regions of a 3T- 4T double gate MOSFET valid for symmetric, asymmetric options for operation in the subthreshold condition. Conformal mapping technique has been applied for modeling fringing electric field in the underlap regions. The proposed model has been verified against reported models and a good agreement is found thus proving the accuracy of the proposed model. It has been observed that increasing the gate underlap region has significant effect on reducing short channel effects. The existing DGMOSFET potential models for subthreshold operation does not cover all 3T, 4T, asymmetric gate oxide thickness, asymmetric gate work functions and underlap region, which have been considered while model development. The developed model can be used for developing subthreshold current and slope models for underlap DGMOSFET with arbitrary gate biasing, gate insulator thickness and work functions. These models will simplify analyzing nano scale subthreshold logic circuits and system development of energy constrained applications such as RFID, wireless micro sensors and biomedical applications.
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