How to Calculate Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density VLSI?
Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density VLSI calculator uses Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density = -(1-((Lateral Extent of Depletion Region with Source+Lateral Extent of Depletion Region with Drain)/(2*Channel Length)))*sqrt(2*[Charge-e]*[Permitivity-silicon]*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Acceptor Concentration*abs(2*Surface Potential)) to calculate the Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density, The Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density VLSI formula is defined as electric charge per unit area associated with the depletion region in the bulk of a semiconductor device. Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density is denoted by Q_{B0} symbol.
How to calculate Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density VLSI using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density VLSI, enter Lateral Extent of Depletion Region with Source (ΔL_{s}), Lateral Extent of Depletion Region with Drain (ΔL_{D}), Channel Length (L), Acceptor Concentration (N_{A}) & Surface Potential (Φ_{s}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Bulk Depletion Region Charge Density VLSI calculation can be explained with given input values -> -20.055785 = -(1-((1E-07+2E-07)/(2*2.5E-06)))*sqrt(2*[Charge-e]*[Permitivity-silicon]*[Permitivity-vacuum]*1E+22*abs(2*6.86)).