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Silicon-Germanium Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors for mm-Wave Systems Technology, Modeling and Circuit Applications

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March 2018
9788793519619
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    26th March 2018
  • ISBN 9788793519619
  • Language English
  • Pages 290 pp.
  • Size 6.125" x 9.5"
$100.00
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March 2018
9788793519602
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    River Publishers
  • Published
    26th March 2018
  • ISBN 9788793519602
  • Language English
  • Pages 290 pp.
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The semiconductor industry is a fundamental building block of the new economy, there is no area of modern life untouched by the progress of nanoelectronics. The electronic chip is becoming an ever-increasing portion of system solutions, starting initially from less than 5% in the 1970 microcomputer era, to more than 60% of the final cost of a mobile telephone, 50% of the price of a personal computer (representing nearly 100% of the functionalities) and 30% of the price of a monitor in the early 2000s.

Interest in utilizing the (sub-)mm-wave frequency spectrum for commercial and research applications has also been steadily increasing. Such applications, which constitute a diverse but sizeable future market, span a large variety of areas such as health, material science, mass transit, industrial automation, communications, and space exploration.

Silicon-Germanium Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors for mm-Wave Systems Technology, Modeling and Circuit Applications provides an overview of results of the DOTSEVEN EU research project, and as such focuses on key material developments for mm-Wave Device Technology. It starts with the motivation at the beginning of the project and a summary of its major achievements. The subsequent chapters provide a detailed description of the obtained research results in the various areas of process development, device simulation, compact device modeling, experimental characterization, reliability, (sub-)mm-wave circuit design and systems.

Introduction
1. SiGe HBT Technology
2. Device simulation
3. SiGe HBT compact modeling
4. (Sub)mm-Wave Calibration
5. Reliability
6. Millimeter-wave circuits and applications
7. Future of SiGe HBT technology and its applications
Index

Niccolo Rinaldi

Niccolo Rinaldi is at University of Naples, Italy.

Michael Schroter

Michael Schroter is at Technical University Dresden, Germany.