Evidence for suppressed Short-channel effects in deep Submicron Dual-Material Gate (DMG) Partially Depleted SOI MOSFETs

Short-channel effects in a dual-material gate partially depleted (DMG-PD) silicon-on-insulator (SOI) MOSFET are studied by developing a 2-D analytical model for the surface potential variation along  the channel. The model includes the calculation of the surface potential, electric field along the  channel and threshold voltage using the minimum surface potential. The model takes into account  the effects of body doping concentration, gate oxide, buried oxide and silicon film thickness, lengths  of the gate metals and their work functions, applied drain and substrate biases. It is seen that short  channel effects in this structure are suppressed because of the perceivable step in the surface potential profile, which screens the drain potential. It is also seen that the model predicts a  threshold voltage roll-up as the channel length is reduced. The results predicted by the model are  compared with those obtained by two-dimensional simulation to verify the accuracy of the  proposed analytical model.

 

This paper can be downloaded from http://web.iitd.ac.in/~mamidala/id11.htm

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