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Analytical Model Development for Unified 2D Electron Gas Sheet Charge Density of AlInN/GaN MOSHEMT

Analytical Model Development for Unified 2D Electron Gas Sheet Charge Density of AlInN/GaN MOSHEMT AbstractWe have developed a unified analytical model for computation of 2D electron gas sheet charge density in AlInN/GaN metal-oxide-semiconductor high electron mobility transistor device structure. This model has been developed by incorporating the variation in lowest three energy sub-bands and Fermi level energy in the quantum-well with respect to gate voltage. We noticed that the dependency of lowest sub-band energy with Fermi energy having two fields, which are the lowest sub-band energy is greater and lesser than the Fermi level energy. According to these two fields, we have developed the fermi energy and sheet charge density expressions in each field. By combining each field of the models, developed a unified 2D electron gas sheet charge density model. The Fermi level and sheet charge density are interdependent in the model development. The developed model results are compared with TCAD simulation results and obtain a good consistency between them. This model is fitted to other metal-oxide-semiconductor high electron mobility transistor devices also with modifications in related physical values. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications de Gruyter

Analytical Model Development for Unified 2D Electron Gas Sheet Charge Density of AlInN/GaN MOSHEMT

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Publisher
de Gruyter
Copyright
© by Gaini Amarnath
ISSN
2300-1933
eISSN
2300-1933
DOI
10.1515/eletel-2017-0049
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Abstract

AbstractWe have developed a unified analytical model for computation of 2D electron gas sheet charge density in AlInN/GaN metal-oxide-semiconductor high electron mobility transistor device structure. This model has been developed by incorporating the variation in lowest three energy sub-bands and Fermi level energy in the quantum-well with respect to gate voltage. We noticed that the dependency of lowest sub-band energy with Fermi energy having two fields, which are the lowest sub-band energy is greater and lesser than the Fermi level energy. According to these two fields, we have developed the fermi energy and sheet charge density expressions in each field. By combining each field of the models, developed a unified 2D electron gas sheet charge density model. The Fermi level and sheet charge density are interdependent in the model development. The developed model results are compared with TCAD simulation results and obtain a good consistency between them. This model is fitted to other metal-oxide-semiconductor high electron mobility transistor devices also with modifications in related physical values.

Journal

International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunicationsde Gruyter

Published: Nov 27, 2017

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