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Quantitative & Qualitative analysis of MOS capacitor, MOSFET and BJT
What you’ll learn
MOS Capacitor quantitative analysis
MOSFET quantitative and Qualitative treatment
My previous course- “Undergraduate course on sonductor device physics-II”
This is an undergraduate course on sonductor device physics.
This course is the second part in a series of two courses on sonductor device physics.
For any electronics student understanding transport phenomena of charge carriers, drift current, diffusion current, energy band theory of sonductors, electron hole pairs(EHPs), Junction formation in a diode, extending the device physics to three teal devices like BJT and MOSFET is necessary.
My previous course “undergraduate course on sonductor device physics-I” is a prerequisite for complete understanding of this course.
Metal-Oxide-Sonductor combination forms a capacitor and that capacitive action is to be understood well in terms of threshold voltage, CV characteristics. Though our major focus is on ideal MOS capacitor, non-idealities are also discussed up to some extent.
Based on the knowledge of MOS capacitor, if we look at the transport of charge carriers in a three teal device MOSFET it gives a complete picture of all MOSFET transistor structures namely, enhancement MOSFET & depletion MOSFET in both p-type and n-type substrates. A MOSFET is explained up to threshold control.
Another transistor is Bipolar junction transistor(BJT). BJT characteristics and device parameters are explained with respect to input and output characteristics.
Mr. Udaya Bhaskar is an undergraduate university level faculty and GATE teaching faculty with more than 15 years of teaching experience. His areas of interest are sonductors, electronic devices, signal processing, digital design and other fundamental subjects of electronics. He trained thousands of students for GATE and ESE examinations.
Who this course is for:
Undergraduate students in electronics eeering, Communication eeering
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