High Frequency Characterization and Compact Electrical Modelling of Graphene Field Effect Transistors

Abstract : This paper deals with both DC and high frequency characterization of graphene devices, associated to compact electrical modelling. Pulsed I-V and microwave characterization of several Graphene Field-Effect Transistor (GFET) generations fabricated on SiC substrates were investigated in order to derive a first approach for non-linear device modelling. As illustrated here with a Graphene Nano Ribbon FET (GNR FET), a compact electrical model was presented accounting the DC and HF characteristics in broad range of operating conditions. The differences between DC and pulsed I-V characterizations of the GNR FET are investigated and compared to simulations. The small signal behavior and some figure of merits (FOM) like current gain cut-off frequency ft maximum oscillation frequency fmax. The nonlinear modelling of GNR FET is becoming of prime importance along with technological efforts to demonstrate the actual potential of this promising technology. This approach was also applied to conventional GFET, with a large flake of graphene used as a device channel.
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Poornakarthik Nakkala, Audrey Martin, Michel Campovecchio, Henri Happy, Mohamed S. Khenissa, et al.. High Frequency Characterization and Compact Electrical Modelling of Graphene Field Effect Transistors . 44th European Microwave Conference, Oct 2014, Rome, Italy. pp.1452-1455, ⟨10.1109/EuMC.2014.6986720⟩. ⟨hal-01136463⟩

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