This paper discusses the most recent progress in developing effective physics-based models for devices operating at millimeter-wave frequencies. The model is based on coupling dynamic electromagnetic wave solutions with carrier transport models. The potentials of this modeling approach for both device simulation and the global simulation of millimeter-wave… (More)

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