More Details about Noise And Fluctuations Control In Electronic Devices

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Author(s)Balandin A A
Publish YearJuly 2002


This book comprises 18 review chapters written by 33 experts (from 15 countries), some of whom have migrated from nanotechnology to noise and vice versa. Assembling material scattered in journals of various disciplines, the contributions together give researchers in such fields as electronic and optoelectronic devices, wireless communications, and telecommunications, among others, a comprehensive, state-of-the-art resource that does not focus narrowly on one specific noise type. Coverage begins with an overview of the development of the kinetic theory of fluctuations and continues with chapters on low-frequency noise in GaN/BaAIN-based transistors, the effects of device downscaling on their noise characteristics, and noise issues in mesoscopic systems, such as polycrystalline silicon thin-film transistors, metal-oxide semiconductor devices, and ultrafast devices. Editor Balandin is affiliated with the electrical engineering department at the U. of California, Riverside. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (