Modeling random telegraph noise under switched bias conditions using cyclostationary rts noise

A.P. van der Wel, E.A.M. Klumperink, L.K.J. Vandamme, B. Nauta
2003 IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices  
done research on 1=f noise in metals, semiconductors, organic semiconductors and insulators (optical fibers), electrical contacts, and devices, especially MOSFETs, MESFETs, MODFETs, (laser) diodes, solar cells, and bipolar transistors. He has written and collaborated on more than 160 scientific journal and conference publications. His current interest is on low-frequency noise as a diagnostic tool for reliability and quality assessment in materials, contacts, and devices. Bram Nauta (S'89-M'91)
more » ... m Nauta (S'89-M'91) was born in Hengelo, The Netherlands, in 1964. He received the M.Sc degree (cum laude) in electrical engineering and the Ph.D. degree on the subject of analog CMOS filters for very high frequencies, both from the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, in 1987 and
doi:10.1109/ted.2003.813247 fatcat:njz2qqesrnb6xpodp6owybfi74