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Recollections on MOSFET Scaling

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1 Author(s)
Dale L. Critchlow ; IBM Fellow, Retired; Dale.Critchlow@uvm.edu

In mid-1970, Bob Dennard , Fritz Gaensslen and Larry Kuhn formalized the constant-field scaling theory and its limitations. Bob Dennard went on to contribute profoundly to the demonstration of the feasibility of MOSFET scaling and led the way into implementation in real products. Scaled CMOS has become the dominant technology for digital and many analog applications and will continue to be a fundamental driving force of the industry for years to come.

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IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Newsletter  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )