Simulation of dual material ground plane bottom spacer FinFET
Pallavi Narware, Dr.Vadthiya Narendar
FinFET, Self-Heating, Transconductance, Multistage Devices, Threshold Voltage.
FinFETs are popular in complex circuit applications due to excellent scalability and better short channel effects. Bottom spacer FinFET concept is used to achieve improved short-channel and reduced self-heating issues to solve width quantization effect. Fully depleted dual material concept provides novel features like threshold voltage roll-up, transconductance enhancement and suppression of short channel effects by work function engineering. Further, to reduce coupling of electric field between source and drain and hence reducing drain induces barrier lowering (DIBL), ground plane concept is introduced. Figures of merit (FOM) such as transconductance (gm), output conductance (gd), transconductance generation factor (TGF), early voltage (VEA), intrinsic gain (AV), cut-off frequency (fT), transconductance frequency product (TFP), gain frequency product (GFP) and gain transconductance frequency product (GTFP) are systematically presented for different active fin height using 3-D simulation of dual material ground plane bottom spacer FinFET.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 7

Page(s): 248 - 253
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