Patrick Roblin and Hans Rohdin

- Introduction on Heterostructure Devices
- Semi-classical Theory of Heterostructures
- Quantum Theory of Heterostructures
- Quantum Heterostructure Devices
- Scattering Processes in Semiconductor Heterostructures
- Scattering Assisted Tunneling
- Frequency Response of Quantum Devices from DC to Infrared
- Charge-control of the Two Dimensional Electron Gas
- High Electric Field Transport
- Current Voltage Models of the MOSFET/MODFET
- The Long Channel MOSFET/MODFET Wave-Equation
- The Short Channel MOSFET/MODFET Wave-Equation
- Electrothermal Modeling of FETs
- Analytic DC Analysis of Short-Gate State-of-the-Art MODFET
- Small-Signal AC Analysis of the Short-Gate Velocity-Saturated MODFET
- Gate Resistance and the Schottky-Barrier Interface
- MODFET High-Frequency Performance
- Modeling High Frequency Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors
- Practical High-Frequency HBTs

Fuelled by rapid growth in the communications industry, compound heterostructures and related high-speed semiconductor devices are spearheading the drive toward smaller, faster and lower-power electronics.

Initially developed for a graduate course taught at The Ohio State University, the book comes with a complete set of homework problems and a web link to homework solutions and MATLAB programs supporting the lecture material.

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