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MOSCap

By Gerhard Klimeck1, Akira Matsudaira2, Shaikh S. Ahmed3, Dragica Vasileska4, Saumitra Raj Mehrotra1, Xufeng Wang1

1. Purdue University 2. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 3. Southern Illinois University Carbondale 4. Arizona State University

Capacitance of a MOS device

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Version 1.7 - published on 22 Apr 2010

doi:10.4231/D3TM72116 cite this

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    Gerhard Klimeck

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The tools has recently been significantly improved: – the C-V curve is now on an inhomogeneous voltage mesh which resolves the capacitance change as a function of voltage much better – the computational mesh has been significantly improved to resolve charges and potentials much better.

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    Anonymous

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Closed source, so this tool is about as useful as a paperweight if your situation differs even slightly from one of its cookie-cutter options.

    The “we won’t even let you download binaries, you must run it on our machines” is another nice touch. You guys would make Bill Gates proud.

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    1. Gerhard Klimeck

      I don’t think this is a very constructive comment or helpful at all.

      MOScap is intended to help people understand the basic operations of MOScap structures. It is clearly intended as a simple interface rather than a complete device simulation.

      Underneath MOScap is using the simulation engine PADRE. We have no choice in the distribution of the PADRE engine – we are not allowed to distribute it.

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