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Single- and double-heterojunction pseudomorphic In/sub 0.5/(Al/sub 0.3/Ga/sub 0.7/)/sub 0.5/P/In/sub 0.2/Ga/sub 0.8/As high electron mobility transistors grown by gas source molecular beam epitaxy

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8 Author(s)
Wang, Y.C. ; Bell Labs., Lucent Technol., Murray Hill, NJ, USA ; Kuo, J.M. ; Ren, F. ; Lothian, J.R.
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In/sub 0.5/(Al/sub 0.3/Ga/sub 0.7/)/sub 0.5/P/In/sub 0.2/Ga/sub 0.8/As single- and double-heterojunction pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistors (SH-PHEMTs and DH-PHEMTs) on GaAs grown by gas-source molecular beam epitaxy (GSMBE) were demonstrated for the first time. SH-PHEMTs with a 1-/spl mu/m gate-length showed a peak extrinsic transconductance g/sub m/ of 293 mS/mm and a full channel current density I/sub max/ of 350 mA/mm. The corresponding values of g/sub m/ and I/sub max/ were 320 mS/mm and 550 mA/mm, respectively, for the DH-PHEMTs. A short-circuit current gain (H/sub 21/) cutoff frequency f/sub T/ of 21 GHz and a maximum oscillation frequency f/sub max/ of 64 GHz were obtained from a 1 /spl mu/m DH device. The improved device performance is attributed to the large /spl Delta/E/sub c/ provided by the In/sub 0.5/(Al/sub 0.3/Ga/sub 0.7/)/sub 0.5/P/In/sub 0.2/Ga/sub 0.8/As heterojunctions. These results demonstrated that In/sub 0.5/(Al/sub 0.3/Ga/sub 0.7/)/sub 0.5/P/In/sub 0.2/Ga/sub 0.8/As PHEMT's are promising candidates for microwave power applications.

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Electron Device Letters, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 1997

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