Channel width effect on MOSFET breakdown

@inproceedings{Fong1992ChannelWE,
  title={Channel width effect on MOSFET breakdown},
  author={Yen Lin Fong and George Palm City Liang and Theodore Van Duzer and Chengjiu. Hu},
  year={1992}
}
Wide-channel MOSFETs have typically 10 to 30% lower breakdown voltages than narrow-width (W approximately=L) transistors and are less likely to exhibit clear snapback characteristics. These observations can be explained using a simplified model to determine the width dependence of the MOSFET substrate resistance. The normalized substrate current I/sub sub//W required for source turn-on predicted by this model is found to decrease by an order of magnitude for wide-channel-width transistors in… CONTINUE READING

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