characterization of a Nanowire transistors

characterization of a Nanowire transistors

Post by sparta » Fri, 07 Nov 2008 09:51:50

I am using a nanowire transistor model to design LC tank VCO in
Cadence (Spectre). I am targeting for very high frequency (more than
100GHz). Some how the simulation is taking very long time and the
waveform gets stable for 4ns (approx.) and amplitude increases. I am
not sure why it's happening. I am kind of suspecting the model of
transistor. I was wondering if there is any way to characterize this
transistor for its proper characters. I already performed DC analysis.
It has really high ft and fmax.
Thank you in advance.

1. interesting article FPGA routing field programmable nanowire interconnect (FPNI)

2. nanowire/synases

New Scientist;
'Brain cells and robotics make a connection'

"The neurons grew on the chip and made
connections with the nanowires"

"The axons and dendrites formed more than
50 connections per neuron with the nanowires,
each about the size of a natural synapse.
The researchers were able to watch signals as
they passed down the axon and through the nano

The wiring is static on these chips. As axons are
flexible, what benefit does the flexibility give us?,
and does anyone know of any research into other
materials that might be used as an artificial axon?


3. interesting article FPGA routing field programmable nanowire interconnect (FPNI)

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