TITLE

Comparative study of 4H-SiC DMOSFETs with N2O thermal oxide a deposited oxide with post oxidation anneal

AUTHOR(S)
Cheng-Tyng Yen; Chien-Chung Hung; Aleksey Mikhaylov; Chwan-Ying Lee; Lurng-Shehng Lee; Jeng-Hua Wei; Ting-Yu Chiu; Chih-Fang Huang; Sergey Reshanov; Adolf Schöner
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
Materials Science Forum;2014, Vol. 778-780, p989
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Two kinds of gate oxides, direct thermal oxidation in a nitrous oxide ambient at 1250 °(TGO) and a PECVD oxide followed by a post deposition oxidation in nitrous oxide ambient at 1150 ° (DGO) were studied. DGO showed a lower interface trap density and was able to provide a higher current as being implemented in MOSFETs through the improved channel mobility. However the 6.45 MV/cm average breakdown field of DGO is lower than the 10.1 MV/cm breakdown field of TGO. The lower breakdown field, more leaky behavior and the existence of multiple breakdown mechanisms suggest that DGO needs further improvements before it can be used in real applications.
ACCESSION #
94903229

 

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