@inproceedings { 7945957,
title = {Towards a compact model for Schottky-barrier nanotube FETs},
journal = {2002 Conference on Optoelectronic and Microelectronic Materials and Devices. COMMAD 2002. Proceedings (Cat. No.02EX601)},
year = {2002},
note = {compact model;Schottky-barrier nanotube FETs;drain current-voltage characteristics;coaxial-geometry;Schottky-barrier;carbon-nanotube field-effect transistors;nonequilibrium barrier shapes;source-tube;2D solutions;Poisson equation;Laplace equation;nonequilibrium flux approach;tunneling;ballistic transport;1 muA;},
pages = {303 - 6},
type = {inproceedings},
address = {Sydney, NSW, Australia},
abstract = {Issues pertinent to the development of a compact model for predicting the drain current-voltage characteristics of coaxial-geometry, Schottky-barrier, carbon-nanotube field-effect transistors are discussed. Information on the non-equilibrium barrier shapes at the source-tube and drain-tube contacts is inferred from exact 2-D solutions to Poisson's equation at equilibrium and Laplace's equation. This information is then used in a non-equilibrium flux approach to create a model that accounts for tunneling through both barriers and computes the drain current in the case of ballistic transport. For (16,0) tubes and a gate/tube-radius ratio of 10, saturation drain currents of about 1 μm are predicted},
keywords = {ballistic transport;carbon nanotubes;Laplace equations;nanotube devices;Poisson equation;Schottky barriers;Schottky gate field effect transistors;tunnelling;},
URL = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/COMMAD.2002.1237251},
author = { Castro, L.C. and John, D.L. and Pulfrey, D.L.}
}