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Researchers have demonstrated the world's highest transconductance on a self-aligned III-V channel metal-oxide semiconductor (MOS) field-effect transistors (FETs) device structure that is compatible with CMOS scaling.
III-V technologies IBM researchers have demonstrated the world's highest transconductance on a self-aligned III-V channel metal-oxide semiconductor (MOS) field-effect transistors (FETs) device structure that is compatible with CMOS scaling.
The reported strained Ge p-channel FinFETs on SiGe trench buffer achieved peak transconductance (gmSAT )values of 1.
Our devices also exhibited superior performance in terms of current density and transconductance as compared to silicon transistors of similar dimensions," he added.
With hundreds of pages of examples from operational transconductance amplifiers to micropower CMOS preamplifiers and future technologies, this classroom text for advanced electrical engineering students doubles as a self-study guide for practitioners.
Formed on a large diameter silicon substrate, the gallium nitride high electron mobility transistor (GaN-HEMT) achieves a world record transconductance rating of 350mS/mm, a maximum oscillation frequency of 115GHz and a current gain cut off frequency of 56GHz, which are all comparable to figures achieved on conventional silicon carbide (SiC) substrates.
PCR for amplification of cystic fibrosis transconductance regulator (CFTR) exons 10 and 11 was performed in 10-[micro]L volumes and included 50 ng of genomic DNA in 50 mM Tris (pH 8.
The AMP-20540 contains fore transconductance, PWM amplifiers, each capable of driving brushed or 3-phase brushless motors up to 50OW per axis.