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Hi, can anyone help me out in how to measure the FINFET's sub-threshold slope factor using HSPICE. I need the command used to find the derivative of log(Id).
Nominal Resolution of dual-slope ADC is usually referring to the resolution of the time measurement of de-integration phase and is simply given by your hardware design. Usable resolution is a matter of various error terms and more difficult to determine. Ponts to consider are - integration capacitor loss factor - comparator response time
Some fabs give Subthreshold slope S rather than Subthreshold slope factor n. You can see here how to convert between the two:
Oshaye, because of the bad quality of the 2nd picture I can detect only two curves. Nevertheless, a 4th order lowpass always exhibits a maximum phase shift of 360 deg (4x90 deg). This is not surprising at all. The slope of the phase characteristic in the pole frequency region is always proportional to the pole quality factor. Thus, for diffe
Hi From Pozar, I know that Q=beta/(2*alpha) = pi/(4*alpha*length); ---valid for short circuited transmision lines and from resonant theory (parallel resoant circuit) Q= slope(imag) * fo /(2R). I am using ADS, I use 2 port simulation to extract alpha and beta..and find Q?? or use one port simualtion to extract Q?? Which one is valid??
The datasheets are specifying a resistance range for a specific illumination, mostly 10 lux. The variation is typically +/- 50%. Furthermore they specify a logarithmitic slope factor γ, so you are able to calculate the resistance at different luminance levels. You won't get more accurate data, because the nature of these sensors apparently doe
you cant determine exact lambda value, because its a function of L and other device parameters.but to determine an avg value plot V-I curves, and find the slope
Hi all, is this method is valid for calculating n from week to strong inversion? or is there any alternate i need to calculate n(slope factor) to find technology current. Thanks