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Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices 2 nd Edition Yuan Taur and Tak H.Ning. Ch4.2 Threshold Voltage. Off-current and Standby Power. On-current and MOSFET Performance. CMOS Design Considerations. CMOS Design Considerations. Trends of Power Supply Voltage and Threshold Voltage.

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Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices 2nd EditionYuan Taur and TakH.Ning

Ch4.2 Threshold Voltage


Off-current and Standby Power


On-current and MOSFET Performance


CMOS Design Considerations


CMOS Design Considerations


Trends of Power Supply Voltage and Threshold Voltage


Trends of Power Supply Voltage and Threshold Voltage


Effect of Gate Work Function


Effect of Gate Work Function


Channel Profile Requirement and Trends


Integral Solution to Poisson’s Equation


A High-Low Step Profile


A High-Low Step Profile


A High-Low Step Profile


Generalization to a Gaussian Profile


Generalization to a Gaussian Profile


Retrograde (Low-High) Channel Profile


Extreme Retrograde Profile and Ground-Plance MOSFET


Extreme Retrograde Profile and Ground-Plance MOSFET


Extreme Retrograde Profile and Ground-Plance MOSFET


Counter-Doped Channel


Counter-Doped Channel


Laterally Nonuniform Channel Doping


Quantum Effect on Threshold Voltage


Quantum Effect on Threshold Voltage


Triangular Potential Approximation for the Subthreshold Region


Triangular Potential Approximation for the Subthreshold Region


Threshold-Voltage Shift Due to Quantum Effect


Quantum Effect on Inversion-Layer Depth


A Simple First-Order Model


Discrete Dopant Effects in a Retrograde-Doped Channel


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