WHiTe (Wood-High-Temperature) Compact Models 2.0.1

By Neal Graham Wood

Toshiba Research Europe Limited

This package provides a set of 4H silicon carbide high-temperature integrated device compact models, written in industry standard Verilog-A; currently included are a resistor and a junction field-effect transistor.

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Version 2.0.1 - published on 18 Mar 2020

Licensed under NEEDS Modified CMC License according to these terms

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A lack of accurate compact models for silicon carbide integrated devices has long hindered the development of hostile-environment electronics. Prominent groups, such as NASA Glenn Research Center, currently rely on substandard solutions that compromise simulation accuracy, limit utility and hinder productivity. The WHiTe (Wood-High-Temperature) compact model suite has been developed to address the major issues presently limiting state-of-the-art research in an efficient, robust, user-friendly and extensible manner. Key features include common physical parameter sets, wide operating temperature range, field-dependent carrier mobility and voltage dependent output resistance.

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  • Neal Graham Wood (2020). WHiTe (Wood-High-Temperature) Compact Models. (Version 2.0.1). nanoHUB.

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NEW sacrificial oxidation depth parameter "ox" added
FIX discontinuity at channel saturation point
CHANGE channel length modulation coefficient parameter "nu" default value

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