Introduction to Microelectronics

Introduction to Microelectronics

2nd Edition - January 1, 1978

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  • Author: D. Roddy
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483155395

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Introduction to Microelectronics, Second Edition covers significant progress in microelectronics, especially in the field of semiconductor memories. This book is composed of 12 chapters that also consider the wide are of applications of microelectronics. The opening chapters deal with the basic theory and processing of silicon devices and integrated circuits. Considerable chapters are devoted to the basic logic, amplifier, MOS, thin- and thick-films, and hybrid circuit components of microelectronics. A chapter describes the features of metal-insulator-semiconductor devices. The last chapters review the microwave applications of microelectronics. This book will be of value to electronics engineers and manufacturers.

Table of Contents

  • Preface to Second Edition

    Preface to First Edition

    1. Basic Theory

    1.1. Introduction

    1.2. Energy Bands in Solids

    1.3. The Fermi Energy Level

    1.4. Extrinsic Semiconductors

    1.5. The p—n Junction

    1.5.1. The Bipolar Junction Transistor

    1.6. The Metal—Semiconductor Junction

    1.7. The Metal—Insulator—Semiconductor (MIS) Junction

    1.7.1. The Metal—Insulator—Semiconductor Transistor

    1.8. Effective Mass of a Carrier

    1.9. Carrier Mobilities

    1.10. Crystalline Structure

    2. Processing of Silicon Devices and Circuits

    2.1. Introduction

    2.2. Preparation of Artwork

    2.3. Photo-sensitive Resists

    2.4. Masking and Diffusion

    2.4.1. Gold Diffusion

    2.5. Metallization

    2.6. Epitaxial Growth

    2.7. Alloyed Junctions

    2.8. Summary

    3. Silicon Planar Devices and Integrated Circuits

    3.1. Introduction

    3.2. The Bipolar Planar Transistor

    3.3. The Planar Diode

    3.4. The Silicon Integrated Circuit

    4. Bipolar Logic Circuits

    4.1. Introduction

    4.2. Basic Logic Functions

    4.3. Performance Specifications

    4.4. Logic Circuits

    4.5. Comparison of Logic Gates

    4.6. Schottky TTL

    4.7. Merged Transistor Logic

    5. Differential Amplifiers

    5.1. Introduction

    5.2. The Differential Amplifier

    5.3. The Integrated Operational Amplifier

    6. Metal—Insulator—Semiconductor Devices

    6.1. Introduction

    6.2. The Basic MOST Mechanism

    6.3. MOST Symbols. Substrate Bias

    6.4. Threshold Voltage

    6.5. The Polysilicon Gate

    6.6. N-Channel Devices

    6.7. Complementary Metal—Oxide—Semiconductor (CMOS) Devices

    6.8. Silicon on Sapphire (SOS)

    6.9. Other Developments

    6.10. Equations for the MOST

    6.11. The MOST as a Resistor

    6.12. Input Impedance of a MOST

    6.13. Charge Coupled Devices (CCDs)

    7. MOS Circuits

    7.1. In troduction

    7.2. The Basic Inverter (or Negate) Circuit

    7.3. The Basic NOR Gate

    7.4. The Basic NAND Gate

    7.5. Comparison of Areas Required for the Basic NAND and NOR Gates

    7.6. NAND—NOR Gate

    7.7. Small-signal Analog Amplifier

    7.8. Large-signal Analog Amplifier

    7.9. MOSTs as Frequency Doublers

    7.10. CCD Applications

    7.11. The CMOS Inverter

    8. Thin-film Circuits

    8.1. Introduction

    8.2. Thin-film Deposition Methods

    8.3. Masking and Pattern-making Methods

    8.4. Thin-film Resistors

    8.5. Thin-film Capacitors

    8.6. The Thin-film Transistor

    9. Thick-film Circuits

    9.1. Introduction

    9.2. The Silk-screen Process

    9.3. Resistors

    9.4. Capacitors

    9.5. Conductor Patterns and Substrates

    10. Hybrid Circuits

    10.1. Introduction

    10.2. Hybrid Assembly on a Chip

    10.3. Hybrid Bonding Methods and Circuits

    11. Microwave Applications of Microelectronics

    11.1 Introduction

    11.2. Passive Components and Microstrip Transmission Lines

    11.3. Microwave Solid-state Power Sources

    11.4. High Frequency Transistors

    11.5. Metal—Semiconductor Junction Devices

    11.5.1. The Schottky Barrier Diode

    11.5.2. Gallium Arsenide Field Effect Transistors

    12. Semiconductor Memories

    12.1. Introduction

    12.2. Some Commonly Used Terms

    12.3. Read Only Memories (ROMs)

    12.4. Random Access Memories (RAMs)

    12.5. Non-volatile Semiconductor Memories (NVSMs)

    12.6. Shift Registers

    Appendix. Commonly Used Abbreviations


Product details

  • No. of pages: 228
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1978
  • Published: January 1, 1978
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483155395

About the Author

D. Roddy

Dermot Roddy is the Science City Professor of Energy and Director of the Sir Joseph Swan Institute at Newcastle University, UK. He was previously responsible for the development of a renewable energy and alternative fuel programme for Renew Tees Valley Ltd, UK, and he is noted for his research in optimisation and control.

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