ECE 340 D - Semiconductor Electronics
Modern device electronics: semiconductor fundamentals including crystals and energy bands, charge carriers (electrons and holes), doping, and transport, (drift and diffusion); unipolar devices with the MOS field effect transistor as a logic device and circuit considerations; basic concepts of generation-recombination and the P-N junction as capacitors and current rectifier with applications in photonics; bipolar transistors as amplifiers and switching three-terminal devices. Course Information: Prerequisite: ECE 210; PHYS 214; credit or concurrent registration in ECE 329.
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Course Level: Undergraduate