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Dual Material Gate Engineering to Reduce DIBL in Cylindrical Gate All Around Si Nanowire MOSFET for 7-nm Gate Length
Полная версия: 10.1134/S1063782620110111
University Grants Commission, UGC JRF / 4025 NET-JUNE 2013
Sanjay 1, Prasad B. 1, Vohra A. 1
1Electronic Science Department, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetr, Haryana, India
Email: sanjaykumarvlsi2015@gmail.com, bprasad2005@gmail.com, anilvohra@kuk.ac.in
Поступила в редакцию: 6 июля 2020 г.
Выставление онлайн: 7 августа 2020 г.

In this work, drain current ID for 7-nm gate length dual-material (DM) cylindrical gate all around (CGAA) silicon nanowire (SiNW) has been studied and simulation results are reported using Silvaco ATLAS 3D TCAD. In this device, we consider the non-equilibrium Green's function (NEGF) approach and self-consistent solution of Schrodinger's equation with Poisson's equation. The splitting of conduction in multiple sub-bands has been considered and there is no doping in the channel region. The effect of DM gate engineering (variation of screen gate and control gate length having different work function) for SiNW channel with 2-nm radius and gate oxide (SiO2) thickness of 0.8 nm on ID have been studied. It was found that DM gate engineering reduces drain-induced barrier lowering (DIBL) but it also slightly increases sub-threshold slope (SS). This work has obtained small DIBL (~54 mV/V), small SS (~68 mV/dec), and higher IOn/IOff (~4·108) ratio as compared to literature concerning the inversion mode devices. The smallest DIBL is obtained when control gate length is the highest, and vice versa. With increase in control gate length, there is also increase in both IOn and IOff but IOn/IOff ratio decreases. Keywords: NEGF, DM CGAA, inversion mode, SiNW, ID, DIBL, SS.

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