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Principles of Semiconductor Devices

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Principles of Semiconductor Devices
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Number of pages: 515

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The purpose of this textbook is to explore the internal behavior of semiconductor devices, so that we can understand the relation between the device geometry and material parameters on one hand and the resulting electrical characteristics on the other hand. This textbook provides the link between the physics of semiconductors and the design of electronic circuits. The material covered in this text is therefore required to successfully design CMOS-based integrated circuits

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