Semiconductor Electrical Measurements Laboratory

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The Semiconductor Electrical Measurements Laboratory is a research laboratory which complements the Optical Measurements Laboratory. The laboratory provides for Hall Effect and Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy (DLTS) measurements. These electrical measurements provide information about semiconductor properties not available from the optical measurements but essential to the characterization of any solid state or semiconductor device. The laboratory contains a complete Hall Effect measurement system with both low and high temperature attachments, a deep level transient spectroscopy system, annealing furnaces, crystal scriber, and data analysis equipment. Both the Hall and DLTS systems are fully automated with samples mounted on a cold finger of a closed cycle cryogenic refrigerator system. Recent additions to this laboratory provide the capability to study a wide range of semiconductor devices such as diodes, transistors, and fully characterize metal-oxide-semiconductor devices. These additions include a state-of-the-art HP4155 semiconductor parameter analyzer, a frequency tunable capacitance bridge, both connected to a semi-automatic probe station, as well as metallization equipment and a surface profilometer.

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