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High-Performance Partially Depleted SOI PFETs With In Situ Doped SiGe Raised Source/Drain and Implant-Free Extension

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We report partially depleted silicon-on-insulator p-channel field-effect transistors fabricated with a 32-nm technology ground rule and featuring SiGe raised source/drain, SiGe channel, and implant-free extension formation process. A respectable drive current of 950 μA/μm is obtained at an OFF current of 100 nA/μm, VDD = 1V, and a contacted gate pitch of 130 nm. Furthermore, when the transistor width is scaled down to 100 nm, the saturation transconductance increases by about 15%, leading to a drive current of 1100 μA/μm.

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Electron Device Letters, IEEE  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 2011

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