Analysis flow, Electrical Engineering

Analysis Flow

Similar to most subjects, the analysis of semiconductor devices is also performed by starting from simpler problems and regularly progressing to more complex ones as explained below:

  1. Analysis under zero excitation that is equilibrium.
  2. Analysis within constant excitation: in other words dc or static characteristics.
  3. Analysis within time varying excitation but with quasi-static approximation dynamic characteristics.
  4. Analysis within time varying excitation: non quasi-static dynamic characteristics.

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Although there is zero external current and voltage in equilibrium, the condition inside the device is not so trivial. Generally, voltages, charges and drift-diffusion current components at any specific point within the semiconductor might not be zero.

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