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N-polar GaN-based MIS-HEMTs for Mixed Signal Applications

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8 Author(s)
Mishra, U.K. ; University of California Santa Barbara, United States ; Wong, M. ; Nidhi, N. ; Dasgupta, S.
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GaN-based transistors are attractive for the next generation RF power and mixed signal electronics due to their high breakdown field and high carrier saturation velocity. III-N high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs) fabricated on the N-face of GaN are well-suited to address the problems of poor electron confinement and high ohmic contact resistance in the highly scaled transistors. At 4 GHz, N-polar metal-insulator-semiconductor (MIS)-HEMTs with a gate length of 0.7 micron exhibited a highest output power density (Pout) of 8.1 W/mm and a highest power-added efficiency (PAE) of 71%, while a Pout of 4.2 W/mm and a PAE of 49% were achieved at 10 GHz. A high speed N-polar MIS-HEMT fabricated with a gate-first self-aligned InGaN-based ohmic contact regrowth technology was characterized, demonstrating an ultra-low contact resistance of 23 ohm-micron and a state-of-the-art fTxLG product of 16.8 GHz-micron with a gate length of 130 nm.

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Microwave Symposium Digest (MTT), 2010 IEEE MTT-S International

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23-28 May 2010

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