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Low frequency noise in semiconductor devices.

Xiaonan Zhang

Low frequency noise in semiconductor devices.

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Published by University of Minnesota in Minneapolis .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D),University of Minnesota, 1986.

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@article{osti_, title = {Low-frequency noise in AlN/AlGaN/GaN metal-insulator-semiconductor devices: A comparison with Schottky devices}, author = {Le, Son Phuong and Nguyen, Tuan Quy and Shih, Hong-An and Kudo, Masahiro and Suzuki, Toshi-kazu}, abstractNote = {We have systematically investigated low-frequency noise (LFN) in AlN/AlGaN/GaN metal-insulator-semiconductor (MIS) devices. About this Item: I.K. International , pbk, 1st Reprint. Contents 1 Semiconductor and P N Junction Diode 2 Bipolar Junction Transistor 3 High Frequency Model of BJT 4 Field Effect Transistors 5 Power Supplies Index Semiconductor devices is an interdisciplinary subject of great industrial importance This subject has led to the emergence of various state of art areas of engineering and. 1/f noise is low frequency noise for which the noise power is inversely proportional to the frequency. 1/f noise has been observed not only in electronics, but also in music, biology, and even economics. 1 The sources of 1/f noise are still widely debated and much research is still being done in this area.


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