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Measurement of interface state characteristics of MOS transistor utilising charge-pumping techniques

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2 Author(s)
Backensto, W.V. ; Hughes Aircraft Company, Culver City, USA ; Viswanathan, C.R.

The determination of both the energy and the spatial distribution of interface states of an MOS transistor utilising charge-pumping measurements is described. The energy distribution of interface states is determined by measuring the charge-pumping current as a function of gate bias at several temperatures. Although the energy profile obtained shows several maxima and minima, a gradual increase in magnitude occurs as the band edge is approached. The spatial distribution of interface states is determined by measuring the frequency dependence of the charge-pumping current. The devices tested show an exponentially decreasing interface-state density away from the surface. Information is also obtained on capture crosssections from the frequency dependence of the charge-pumping current.

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Solid-State and Electron Devices, IEE Proceedings I  (Volume:128 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

February 1981

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