High voltage implanted RESURF p-LDMOS using BiCMOS technology

Ming-Jiang Zhou, A. De Bruycker, A. Van Calster, J. Witters

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    Summary form only given. The authors present a complementary RESURF p-LDMOS in which the n+ buried layer is used as an effective substrate and a field implant is introduced to modify the drift charges. The implant conditions in this case, particularly the placements, are studied. After processing, VB are investigated with different implant placement (LA, LB) and field oxide lengths LF. It is found that although the ion implant covers part of the drift region, the device performance can still be greatly improved. Results show that a long enough implant, compatible with LF, under the field oxide can result in the maximum, VB= VBP. This is verified by simulation results, which show that the peak of the surface electric field is significantly reduced. Results also show that a full length (LF) implantation under the field oxide can result in the minimum R on for a fixed LF
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)425-429
    JournalIEEE Transactions on Electron Devices
    Issue number11
    Publication statusPublished - 1993


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