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7|29|2015 NEW YORK — While the domestic solar energy industry grew by 34% last year, fundamental technical breakthroughs are still needed to achieve the national ...

7|28|2015 MUNICH — In some geographies including Germany, smart meters are mandatory for new buildings — being an ingredient of smart grids, they allow energy ...

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Re: Globalfoundries Laounches Own FDSOI Processes: Sang Kim I try, AKHO. Even if you do all what you have described,  yes, you still require un-dopped 7nm thin SOI for 28nm FDSOI. This is the biggest reason why the bulk 28nm that is in mass production by major semiconductor companies for several years but not 28nm FDSOI yet as I described previously. Samsung as you suggested? Please read below.The other critical issue with FDSOI is the hot carrier reliability. The hot carrier reliability is the biggest issue against FDSOI that doesn't have LDD(lightly dopped drain) that 28nm bulk has. When +1 volt is applied to the gate and the drain, a large number of hot carriers(electron and holes) are generated near the drain. Virtually all electrons drift to the positively biased drain. However, the vast majority of holes drift toward the source through the un-dopped SOI channel, triggering DIBL(Drain Induced Barrier Lowering) similar to forward biasing the source by the positive holes(+). Some holes are trapped also at...
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