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Fundamentals of Tunnel Field-Effect Transistors




ISBN 9781498767132
Published November 7, 2016 by CRC Press
306 Pages 110 B/W Illustrations

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During the last decade, there has been a great deal of interest in TFETs. To the best authors’ knowledge, no book on TFETs currently exists. The proposed book provides readers with fundamental understanding of the TFETs. It explains the interesting characteristics of the TFETs, pointing to their strengths and weaknesses, and describes the novel techniques that can be employed to overcome these weaknesses and improve their characteristics. Different tradeoffs that can be made in designing TFETs have also been highlighted. Further, the book provides simulation example files of TFETs that could be run using a commercial device simulator.

Table of Contents

CMOS Scaling. Basics of Quantum Tunneling. Basics of Tunnel Field Effect Transistor. Boosting ON-current in Tunnel Field Effect Transistor. III-V Tunnel Field Effect Transistor. Carbon-Based Tunnel Field Effect Transistor. Nanowire Tunnel Field Effect Transistor. Models for Tunnel Field Effect Transistor. Applications of Tunnel Field Effect Transistor. Future Perspective.

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Biography

Dr. M. Jagadesh Kumar obtained his MS(EE) and PhD(EE) degrees from the Dept of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of

Technology, Madras, India. From 1991 to 1994, he did post-doctoral research at Department of Electrical and Computer

Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He is currently the NXP (Philips) Chair Professor established at

IIT Delhi by Philips Semiconductors, Netherlands (now NXP Semiconductors India Pvt Ltd). He is the Chief Investigator of the

Nano-scale Research Facility (NRF) He is also the Chief Investigator of the Center of Excellence for Nanodevices and Systems