By Nadine Collaert
This ebook covers probably the most very important gadget architectures which were greatly researched to increase the transistor scaling: FinFET. beginning with idea, the booklet discusses the benefits and the combination demanding situations of this gadget structure. It addresses intimately the subjects resembling high-density fin patterning, gate stack layout, and source/drain engineering, which were thought of demanding situations for the combination of FinFETs. The ebook additionally addresses circuit-related features, together with the impression of variability on SRAM layout, ESD layout, and high-T operation. It discusses a brand new gadget thought: the junctionless nanowire FET.
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