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For each device, a fixed gate-bias range from - 10 to + 20 V was used to obtain the family of monotonically increasing flat-band curves. MODELING OF IRRADIATED MOS STRUCTURES 39 0' 0 Gate bias changed /to +5 v @ , /, #I */ / ? 15. Measured flat-band shift versus dose for three gate-bias values. Bias was held at W,, = 500 A . 1 V until reaching point A ; then the bias was changed as indicated; Figure 15 shows some of the results of this aspect of our study. The two dashed curves represent measured flat-band shifts for two different applied gate biases.
Idealized schematic curves showing functional relationships between flat-band voltage, gate bias, and cumulative dose. (a) Stepwise variation of gate bias versus cumulative dose; (b) flat-band voltage versus normalized dose for given gate-bias values; (c) flat-band voltage versus gate bias for particular dose increments. if Vgr continued indefinitely to decrease by 1 V at each irradiation step, then the extension of line h would fall exactly on top of line segment e. In general, for this approximation the slope for the nonequilibrium segments is exactly equal to one-half of the slope for the segments corresponding to dynamic equilibrium behavior.
Device design) it is not practical to use a model so complex that it requires extensive numerical solution. In cases where quick, closed-form answers to design problems are needed, it is adequate to take an entirely different approach- to let some highly simplified conceptual model be substituted for the differential-equation model. In this section we will briefly review a number of highly simplified models which have been proposed in the past as reasonably accurate representations of irradiated MOS structures.