This note explains the following topics: history of
microelectronics, evolution of microelectronics, printed circuit boards, diodes,
transistors, and the various types of integrated circuits, typical packaging
levels presently used for microelectronic systems, typical interconnections used
in microelectronic systems, environmental considerations for microelectronics.
This note covers the following topics:
Semiconductor and Solid State Physics, Crystal Structure and Growth, Defects in
Semiconductors and Internal Gettering, Silicon Dioxide and Thermal Oxidation,
Current-Voltage Analysis, Thickness Measurement, Ultra Thin Oxides, Impurity
Diffusion, Sheet Resistance and Diffusion Profiles, Electrical Characteristics
of pn-Junctions, Atomic Processes of Diffusion, Ion Implantation, Implanted and
This note covers the
following topics: Basic Physics of Semiconductors, Diode Circuits, Physics of
Bipolar Transistors, Bipolar Amplifiers, Physics of MOS Transistors, CMOS
Amplifiers, Operational Amplifier as a Blac Box.
audience of this note is undergraduate chemical engineering and electronics and
communication engineering students. The focus will be on the various modules
relevant for chip manufacturing. Topics covered includes: Lithography, Depostion
Techniques, Removal Techniques, FEOL, Diffusion, Ion Implantation, Oxidation, ,
process Integration, Testing, Yield, Tools and Techniques.
This book focuses on the latest development of devices and fabrication
processes in the field of extremely miniaturized electromechanical systems. The
book offers new knowledge and insight into design, fabrication, and packaging,
as well as solutions in these aspects for targeted applications, aiming to
support scientists, engineers and academic trainees who are engaged in relevant
semiconductor devices is critical in designing and improving many types of
systems. This note provides an understanding of the most fundamental aspects of
semiconductor materials and provide the mathematical formulation for
understanding how advanced devices work.
This lecture note covers the following topics: Electrical Quantities, Circuit
Elements, Kirchoff's Current Law, Kirchoff's Voltage Law, Node-Voltage
Analysis, Mesh-Current Analysis, Thevenin and Norton Equivalence,
Superposition, RC Circuit: response to step function, integrator,
differentiator, Non-ideality in op amps, Dioeds, Power supply using zener
diodes, MOSFET, Common drain, active loads, current mirrors, current sources,
a mos implementation of op-amps.
This text offers an approach to analog/digital
electronics and basic device physics that provides an answer to the changing
demands on the undergraduate electronics courses. Also explains the following
topics in detail: Semiconductor Physics and IC Technology, pn Junction and
MOS Electrostatics, The MOS Field-Effect Transistor, Digital Circuits Using Mos
Transistors, The pn Junction Diode, Bipolar Junction Transistor, Multistage
Amplifiers, Frequency Response, Differential Amplifiers, Feedback and
Operational Amplifiers and MOS Memories.