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Simulated and Experimental Characteristics of Analysis Techniques for ZrCuAlNi/AlOx/Al Metal-Insulator-Metal Tunnel Diodes Public

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  • This project examines the results of current-voltage conduction mechanism analysis techniques simulated under assumed conduction conditions. Thermionic emission and Fowler-Nordheim tunneling conditions are simulated and analyzed. The resulting plots show how devices behave under different condition mechanisms. The effects of different conduction mechanisms on the results of various analysis techniques are also observed. In addition, the impact of instrument resolution or signal noise flooe are also evaluated, and provide insight on which characteristics of the analyses are artifacts due to such noise floors. Simulated behaviors are also compared with experimental results of ZrCuAlNi/AlOx/Al metal-insulator-metal (MIM) devices in order to observe differences between simulated and measured behaviors.
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