May 11, 2021
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Semiconductor Energy Laboratory and Silvaco Jointly Develop SPICE Model of Oxide Semiconductor FETs

YOKOHAMA, Japan–()–Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co., Ltd. (SEL) and Silvaco, Inc. today announced that they have jointly developed a SPICE model of oxide semiconductor FETs (field effect transistor) for use in a variety of applications, including the AI (artificial intelligence) field.

The crystalline oxide semiconductor CAAC-IGZO FET (c-axis aligned crystalline indium-gallium-zinc oxide FET) developed by SEL has extremely low off-leakage current, which enables ultra-low power consumption of semiconductors including memory and integrated circuits. The new semiconductor device is expected to be a key device in helping with reducing power consumption in the coming AI era. Until now a compact model for…

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