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The metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET, MOS-FET, or MOS FET) is a device used to amplify or switch electronic signals. It is by far the most common field-effect transistor in both digital and analog circuits. The MOSFET is composed of a channel of n-type or p-type semiconductor material (see article on semiconductor devices), and is accordingly called an NMOSFET or a PMOSFET (also commonly nMOSFET, pMOSFET).
MOSFet tool simulates the current-voltage characteristics for bulk and SOI Field Effect Transistors (FETs) for a variety of different device sizes, geometries, temperature and doping profiles.
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MOSFET lab is based on the Padre simulation tool developed by Mark Pinto, R. Kent Smith, and Ashraful Alam at Bell Labs.
PADRE (Pisces And Device REplacement) developed by Mark Pinto at AT&T Bell Labs.
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