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RAJ JOHRI
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Single Electron Transistor Simulation
Aug 25th, 2012, 12:33am
 
Hello! I am working on single electron transistor model using cadence spectre simulator, but I am not getting the resposen as expected. Please tell me whether cadence support single electron device simulations or not.

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Re: Single Electron Transistor Simulation
Reply #1 - Apr 16th, 2014, 10:59am
 
This should have gone in one of the modeling sections, though perhaps it's not really a "semiconductor device" and "behavioral modeling" usually means something at a higher level.

I reviewed a SET paper once and the model was poorly written; I suspect your model does something that doesn't quite work in modified nodal analysis or isn't scaled properly to have quantities with reasonable values.
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