Huang, Q and Sankara Narayanan, EM and Kwan, KW and Amaratunga, G and Milne, WI (1990) A novel heavily doped drift-auxiliary cathode lateral insulated gate transistor structure. pp. 102-107.Full text not available from this repository.
A novel CMOS-compatible, heavily doped drift auxiliary cathode lateral insulated gate transistor (HDD-ACLIGT) structure is analyzed using two-dimensional device simulation techniques. Simulation results indicate that low on-resistance and a fast turn-off time of less than 50 ns can be achieved by incorporating an additional n+ region which is self-aligned to the gate between the p+ auxiliary cathode and the p well, together with an extended p buried layer in an anode-shorted modified lateral insulated gate transistor (MLIGT) structure. The on-state and its transient performance are analyzed in detail. The on-state performances of the HDD-ACLIGT and the MLIGT are compared and discussed. The results indicate that the HDD-ACLIGT structure is well suited for HVICs. The device is also well suited for integration with self-aligned digital CMOS.
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Div B > Solid State Electronics and Nanoscale Science
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