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Advanced Electrical Analysis of Low Noise MOSFET and Circuit Implementation for Low Power RFID Application

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posted on 2024-05-06, 12:53 authored by Nathan J ConradNathan J Conrad

Semiconductor technology has propelled human society into the information age, and that progress continues. Silicon CMOS device has been aggressively scaled down to 5 nm technology node. To further boost the on-state performance, MOS technology based on high-mobility channels such as III-V and Ge have been intensively studied. 3D structures such as FinFETs and gate-all-around (GAA) FETs are also applied to III-V and Ge to improve the electrostatic control of the channels for the ultimate scaling.


Traditional semiconductor device characterization techniques are inapplicable to devices created through these novel materials and device structures. This work applies various techniques to characterize a wide variety of semiconductor devices, in addition to presenting novel techniques studying the reliability of commercial off the shelf (COTS) products. Finally, the design of an ultra-low-power RF ASIC implementing wireless neural recording and stimulation, designed for cranial implantation, will be presented.

History

Degree Type

  • Doctor of Philosophy

Department

  • Electrical and Computer Engineering

Campus location

  • West Lafayette

Advisor/Supervisor/Committee Chair

Dr. Saeed Mohammadi

Advisor/Supervisor/Committee co-chair

Dr. Peide “Peter” Ye

Additional Committee Member 2

Dr. David B. Janes

Additional Committee Member 3

Dr. Muhammad A. Alam

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