Objective: In this proposed work, the Analog, RF and Linearity performances of a DGMOSFET
have been analyzed by considering InAs as a channel material.
Methods: For the very first time, gate stack techniques in this device have been incorporated and a
comparative analysis is conducted with respect to SiO2 oxide layer. The variations in different patterns
of oxide layer and their comparison have been thoroughly investigated to have a better
understanding of various performance parameters. A thorough analysis of the key figure-of-merits
such as trans-conductance factor, transconductance generation factor (TGF), gate capacitance, cutoff
frequency (fT), maximum frequency of oscillation (fmax), GBW and various linearity parameters
such as gm2, gm3,VIP2, VIP3, IIP3, has been studied with respect to SiO2 oxide material
and gate stack technology.
Result: The simulation results revealed that the performances of the device are sensitive to both
the oxide materials and it was also inferred that gate stack technology gave a better performance
over SiO2 oxide layer.
Conclusion: These results have significant effects in analog, RF and linearity operations. In this work,
computer aided design (TCAD) simulations by 2D ATLAS, Silvaco International have been used.