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Doping-dependent mobility analysis of junction field-effect transistors

Doping-dependent mobility analysis of junction field-effect transistors

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An analysis of a junction field-effect transistor, taking into account the doping-dependent mobility, is presented for an assumed arbitrary impurity distribution in the channel. The values of transconductance and drain current obtained from the new relationships are found to deviate considerably from the theoretical values of these parameters estimated from the existing relationships.

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