Contribution to scaling of Vertical-Slit Field-Effect Transistor (VeSFET)
Andrzej Pfitzner , Beata Kowalska
AbstractA Junction-less twin-gate Vertical-Slit Field-Effect Transistor (VeSFET) is the elementary component of a new 3D VeSTIC technology . Feasibility studies conducted until now indicate that VeSTIC architecture has the potential to overcome many barriers of ICs scaling in the deep-submicron era. As it was shown earlier, electrical properties of VeSFETs seems to be very attractive, but simulations  indicate different correlations between electrical and structure parameters in comparison with those of MOSFETs which operate in inversion mode. In this paper the exploration of the VeSFET parameters space has been developed and preliminary scaling recommendations are formulated.
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