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Noise characterization of transistors in a 1.2 /spl mu/m CMOS-SOI technology up to a total-dose of 12 Mrad (Si)

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The analog performance of the Thomson HSOI3-HD technology has been measured up to a total dose of 12 Mrad(Si) of ionizing radiation (/sup 60/Co). The threshold voltage shift is -170 mV for p-channel and -20 mV for n-channel transistors. Transconductance degradation is respectively 4% and 17%. Noise has been measured in the 500 Hz-25 MHz bandwidth. In addition to the 1/f and white noise, a generation-recombination contribution appears in the noise spectrum. This contribution is sensitive to the bias applied to the backgate and body electrodes. The white noise increase after irradiation is 16% for p-channel and 35% for n-channel transistors. P-channel transistors have very low 1/f noise and are less sensitive to irradiation effects.<>

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Dec. 1994

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