Analysis of the standard deviation of surface potential fluctuations in MOS interface from DLTS spectra

Ozder, S
Atilgan, I
Katircioglu, B
The surface potential fluctuations can have significant effects on both the magnitude and shape of the measured small-pulse DLTS spectrum. An increase in the dispersion parameter sigma(S) of the surface potential distribution, which is assumed to have a Gaussian form, leads to a reduction in the DLTS signal size, a shift of the peak position and a broadening of the peak shape. A computer program including the exponential temperature dependence of hole capture cross section, sigma(P) = sigma(0) exp(-Delta E-sigma/kT), was developed to analyse temperature-scan DLTS spectra of a MOS structure; in the evaluation procedure sigma(S), sigma(0) and Delta E-sigma are taken as fitting parameters. A bias dependence of sigma(S) has been found and an interpretation of this behaviour has been attempted in the light of random point charges (Brews) and patchwork (Nicollian-Goetzberger) models.


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S. Ozder, I. Atilgan, and B. Katircioglu, “Analysis of the standard deviation of surface potential fluctuations in MOS interface from DLTS spectra,” MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, pp. 261–271, 1998, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: