EE 338, 3 Units
11:00-12:20 AM, TuTh, GFS 101
Prerequisite: EE 202L, PHYS 152L
|Semiconductor device characteristics and applications. Physical models of electronic conduction in solids, p-n junctions, bipolar and field effect transistors and other solid state devices.|
|Name:||Marko Sokolich||Greeshma Gupta|
|Office Hours:||Th 10:00-11:00|
Solid State Electronic Devices by. Ben G. Streetman and Sanjay Banerjee (fifth edition)
Semiconductor Device Fundamentals by Robert F. Pierret
Physics of Semiconductor Devices by Michael Shur
Devices for Integrated Circuits by H. Craig Casey, Jr.
Links (more links as class
KSU Visual Quantum Mechanics Site
Buffalo Semiconductor Applets
Semiconductor Physics: bands in semiconductors, basic quantum mechanics, effective mass, doping, density of states, fermi function, carrier concentration, drift, diffusion, absorption, recombination lifetime
pn junctions: electrostatics, depletion width, built-in potential, qualitative operation, ideal diode equation, high injection, avalanche breakdown, tunneling, AC analysis, Schottky barriers, heterojunctions
MOSFETs: MOS capacitor, DC characteristics of MOSFETs, transient properties
Bipolar Junction Transistors: qualitative
description, Ebers-Moll model, deviations from ideal, small-signal equivalent
|2 Exams||20% each|
The first exam will follow the semiconductor physics section of the class. The second exam will cover pn junctions. The final exam will be cumulative, but it will have more emphasis on MOS and bipolar junction transistors than on the previous material.
Homework will be handed out on Thursday and due the following Thursday in class.
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