Simulation of a Low-Voltage Organic Transistor Compatible With Printing Methods

Abstract

The use of printing methods to deposit organic semiconductors promises to enable low-cost electronics. However, printing processes deposit thick and amorphous semiconductor layers that result in poorly performing organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) that generally are not appropriate for incorporation into commercially viable circuits. Another… (More)

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@article{Takshi2008SimulationOA, title={Simulation of a Low-Voltage Organic Transistor Compatible With Printing Methods}, author={A. Takshi and Aristidis Dimopoulos and J. H. Madden}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices}, year={2008}, volume={55}, pages={276-282} }