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|Title:||Impedance Spectroscopic Analysis of the InSe/ZnSe/InSe Interface|
|Authors:||A. F Qasrawi|
al garni, s.e$Other$Other
|Keywords:||Band reject filter|
thin-film transistor (TFT)
|Publisher:||IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES|
|Citation:||Volume: 64 , Issue: 1 , Jan. 2017|
|Abstract:||In this paper, n-InSe/p-ZnSe/n-InSe (npn) thin-film transistors (TFTs) are deposited onto cubic (111)-oriented Ag, Au, and Al thin-film substrates. The properties of the structures are explored by means of X-ray diffraction and impedance spectroscopy in the frequency range of 10-1800 MHz. Although the Ag, Au, and Al substrates are observed to be well aligned with the cubic ZnSe, the electrical properties of these TFT for the np (InSe/ZnSe) and npn interfaces are different. Namely, while the capacitance of the TFT deposited onto the Ag substrate exhibited positive values, the capacitance of the TFT deposited onto Au and Al films is negative in the range of 10-1100 and 800-1800 MHz, respectively. In addition, even though the impedance of the Ag/np/Ag and Ag/npn/Ag heterojunction monotonically decreasedwith the increasing frequency, the impedance of Au/np/Au and Au/npn/Au interfaces exhibited resonance peaks at 1211 and 1148 MHz, respectively. When the wave trap features are read from reflection spectra, it is observed that the Ag/npn/Ag and the Al/np/Ag exhibit lowpass filter properties and the Au/npn/Au behaves as a bandstop filter at a notch frequency of 1176 MHz. These properties nominate the npn transistors for use as microwave traps and as high-speed CMOS amplifiers.|
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