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Performance Evaluation of Inversion Mode and Junctionless Dual-Material Double-Surrounding Gate Si Nanotube MOSFET for 5-nm Gate Length
University Grants Commission, Ref. No., 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: 27 октября 2020 г.
Выставление онлайн: 10 января 2021 г.

In this work, drain current ID for 5-nm gate length with dual-material (DM) double-surrounding gate (DSG) inversion mode (IM) and junctionless (JL) silicon nanotube (SiNT) MOSFET have been studied and simulation results are reported using Silvaco ATLAS 3D TCAD. For this work, we used the non-equilibrium Green's function (NEGF) approach and self-consistent solution of Poisson's equation with Schrodinger's equation. The conduction band splitting into multiple sub-bands has been considered and there is no doping in channel in case of IM SiNT MOSFET. The effect of DM gate engineering for SiNT channel radius 1.5 nm with 0.8-nm gate oxide (SiO2) thickness on ID has been studied. A comparison of results has been done between IM DM DSG and JL DM DSG CGAA SiNT. In case of JL, doping concentration is optimized for two concerns: (i) to get the same IOn current as IM device and (ii) to get the same threshold voltage VTh as IM. This has resulted in 102 and 103 times smaller IOff in matching IOn and VTh optimized device, respectively, as compared to IM. It is found that DM gate engineering reduces drain-induced barrier lowering (DIBL) for both IM and JL SiNT MOSFET. In this work, JL have much smaller DIBL ~15 mV/V, almost an ideal SS ~60 mV/dec, and higher IOn/IOff ratio ~2.18·108 as compared to available CGAA literature results. Keywords: inversion mode, junctionless, DM DSG, Si nanotube MOSFET, NEGF, ID, SS, DIBL.

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