TITLE

Rapid thermal annealing of Si implanted GaAs for power field-effect transistors

AUTHOR(S)
Kanber, H.; Henderson, W. B.; Rush, R. C.; Siracusa, M.; Whelan, J. M.
PUB. DATE
July 1985
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;7/15/1985, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p120
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Rapid thermal annealing (RTA) for the electrical activation of 300-keV Si[sup +] implants in GaAs at doses of (6-8) × 10[sup 12] cm[sup -2] is shown to be superior to conventional annealing. Higher gateless field-effect transistor saturation currents and greater uniformities of the saturation current were measured as welt as higher peak electron concentrations and mobilities. The advantages of RTA for the removal of ion implantation damage in GaAs are attributed to the heating rate being two orders of magnitude greater than that for furnace annealing. Characteristics are given for singleand four-cell GaAs power metal-semiconductor field-effect transitions fabricated using the above implant and optimized RTA conditions. A 1-µm gate length by 2400-µm gate width device has demonstrated an output power of 1.73 W with 4.9 dB associated gain, 30% power-added efficiency, and 8.1 dB linear gain at 10 GHz.
ACCESSION #
9817784

 

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