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This paper investigates the channel hot carrier stress (CHCS) effects on gate-induced drain leakage (GIDL) current in high-k/metal-gate n-type metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistors. It was found that the behavior of GIDL current during CHCS is dependent upon the interfacial layer (IL) oxide thickness of high-k/metal-gate stacks. For a thinner IL, the GIDL current gradually decreases during CHCS, a result contrary to that found in a device with thicker IL. Based on the variation of GIDL current at different stress conditions, the trap-assisted band-to-band hole injection model is proposed to explain the different behavior of GIDL current for different IL thicknesses.


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Scitation: Hot carrier effect on gate-induced drain leakage current in high-k/metal gate n-channel metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors