Impact of self-heating and substrate effects on small-signal output conductance in UTBB SOI MOSFETs

@inproceedings{Makovejev2012ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of self-heating and substrate effects on small-signal output conductance in UTBB SOI MOSFETs},
  author={S. Makovejev and Jean-Pierre Raskin and M. K. Arshad and Denis Flandre and S. H. Olsen and F. th cent Andrieu and Valeriya Kilchytska},
  year={2012}
}
The frequency variation of the output conductance in ultra-thin body with ultra-thin BOX (UTBB) SOI MOSFETs without a ground plane is studied through measurements and two-dimensional simulations. Two effects causing the output conductance variation with frequency, namely self-heating and source-to-drain coupling through the substrate, are discussed and qualitatively compared. Notwithstanding the use of ultra-thin BOX, which allows for improved heat evacuation from the channel to the Si… CONTINUE READING

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