Advanced modeling of oxide defects for random telegraph noise

W. Goes, F. Schanovsky, T. Grasser, H. Reisinger, B. Kaczer
2011 2011 21st International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations  
The results from a recently developed measurement technique, called time-dependent defect spectroscopy (TDDS), have shed new light on reliability issues, such as random telegraph noise (RTN) and the negative bias instability (NBTI). It has been found that established models fail to explain these findings. A refined charge trapping model is suggested by assuming additional metastable defect configurations. Thereby, we can give an explanation for the new TDDS findings while remaining consistent
more » ... aining consistent with results obtained from conventional RTN analysis.
doi:10.1109/icnf.2011.5994301 fatcat:takcadr355b2lehhqxrt6oh7ie