TITLE

On the 1/f noise of triple-gate field-effect transistors with high-k gate dielectric

AUTHOR(S)
Lukyanchikova, N.; Garbar, N.; Kudina, V; Smolanka, A.; Put, S.; Claeys, C.; Simoen, E.
PUB. DATE
July 2009
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;7/20/2009, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p032101
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The low-frequency noise of triple-gate fin field-effect transistors (finFETs) fabricated on silicon-on-insulator (SOI) substrates, with HfO2 or HfSiON gate stacks has been studied. In most cases, 1/fγ noise has been observed with γ<1 for low frequencies f. It is shown that this type of noise can be ascribed to number fluctuations and scales with the effective device area. Based on a simple tunneling model, the noise spectral density has been converted to an oxide trap density profile, exhibiting a decay in Not for larger distances from the Si–SiO2 interface. This stands in contrast with planar bulk devices with a similar high-k gate stack and seems to be typical for the fin processing used, irrespective of further process details, like the use of selective epitaxial growth, strained SOI or strain-inducing cap layers.
ACCESSION #
43398102

 

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