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Two-dimensional material-based field-effect transistors for post-silicon electronics

Two-dimensional material-based field-effect transistors for post-silicon electronics

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The digital and analog performance of 2-D vdW-FETs has been investigated using the quantum-transport simulations. This work also presented a performance comparison between 2-D vdW-FETs and Si-MOSFET. It has found that MoS2 can deliver lower power consumption and higher speed for geometries corresponding to those of the 2028 node of the 2013 ITRS. On the other hand, WS2 -FET can provide better gate controllability, higher speed, and lower power consumption over 2-D vdW-FET for L g > 5 nm. However, in the deep nanometer range, the analog and digital performance metrics of 2-D vdW-FETs have found comparable to Si-MOSFET, even the intrinsic PDP of MoS2 - and WS2 -FET is marginally smaller than that of Si-MOSFET. Thus, single -layer TMD-FETs are certainly not the best option for post-silicon electronic, but the optimization of material geometry and an effective device design strategy can allow better gate controllability and performance improvement. Future studies in 2-D vdW-FETs should focus on understanding the interplay of scattering mechanisms due to substrate interactions or impurities to recognize roadblocks for next-generation flexible and transparent electronics.

Chapter Contents:

  • 8.1 Introduction
  • 8.1.1 Transistor figure of merits and trade-off
  • 8.1.2 2-D materials for electronics: state-of-art and challenges
  • 8.2 Modelling approach
  • 8.3 Energy gap and carrier mobilities
  • 8.4 Digital performance
  • 8.4.1 Transfer and output characteristics
  • 8.4.2 Benchmarking of digital figure-of-merits
  • 8.5 Analog/RF performance
  • 8.5.1 Intrinsic analog/RF performance metrics
  • 8.5.2 RF performance with parasitics
  • 8.5.3 Benchmarking of analog/RF FOMs
  • 8.6 Summary
  • References

Inspec keywords: molybdenum compounds; low-power electronics; elemental semiconductors; MOSFET; tungsten compounds; silicon

Other keywords: Si; gate controllability; deep nanometer range; two-dimensional material-based field-effect transistors; digital performance metrics; WS2; post-silicon electronics; single-layer TMD-FETs; material geometry optimization; analog performance metrics; MoS2; next-generation flexible electronics; quantum-transport simulations; transparent electronics; low power consumption; 2D vdW-FETs; MOSFET; scattering mechanisms

Subjects: Insulated gate field effect transistors

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