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1/f-Noise Characteristics in 100 nm-MOSFETs and Its Modeling for Circuit Simulation
Hans Jurgen MATTAUSCH
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics
Publication Date: 2005/02/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Semiconductor Materials and Devices
100 nm-MOSFET, 1/f noise, measurement, modeling,
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A systematic experimental and modeling study is reported, which characterizes the low-frequency noise spectrum of 100 nm-MOSFETs accurately. Two kinds of measured spectra are observed: 1/f and non-1/f spectra. The non-1/f spectrum is analysed by forward and backward measurements with exchanged source and drain, and shown to be due to a randomly distributed inhomogeneity of the trap density along the channel and within the gate oxide. By averaging the spectra of identical MOSFETs on a wafer the measured non-1/f noise spectra reduce to a 1/f characteristics. On the basis of these measurement data a noise model for circuit simulation is developed, which reproduces the low-frequency noise spectrum with a single model parameter for all gate lengths and under any bias conditions.