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The health Internet-of-Things (IoTs) applications have motivated to design nanoscale transistor based biosensors. Therefore, in this work, we mainly focus on how emerging transistors such as tunnel field-effect transistor (TFET) can be an alternative beyond-CMOS features for biosensor design and to further increase the low power design strategy to enable it for IoT applications. For this purpose, a charge plasma based dielectrically modulated TFET is proposed in this work, where source region is having SiGe material (with Si and Ge composition equal to 0.5) to improve the ON-state current. The charge plasma concept is employed to make the fabrication process simpler and to avoid the random dopant fluctuations (RDFs) and higher thermal budget. The significant improvement in the sensitivity of the proposed dielectrically modulated junctionless (DMJL) TFET biosensor with different dielectric constant and charge density, and a comparison with conventional MOSFET-based sensor enables its potential application for the Health-IoT applications.
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- A Charge Plasma Based Dielectric Modulated Heterojunction TFET Based Biosensor for Health-IoT Applications
P. N. Kondekar
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