Browse Senior Theses - Electrical and Computer Engineering by Contributor "Feng, Milton"

  • Hsu, Fan-Chung (2011-05)
    The transistor laser (TL) is a recent novel invention by Professor Milton Feng and Nick Holonyak Jr. Quantum wells are incorporated into the base region of heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBT), which act as photon-generation ...

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  • Fu, Wenning (2017-05)
    Antenna‐coupled metal‐oxide‐metal (MIM) diode is a promising low‐cost device that can detect, or collect electromagnetic radiation around specific wavelength at room temperature. In this work, with an antenna‐coupled MIM ...

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  • Bambery, Rohan (2008-05)
    The phenomenon of current blocking sets the I-V characteristic of heterojunction bipolar transistors apart from their homojunction counterparts. The effect stems from the triangular quantum well energy spike at the base ...

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  • Wang, Curtis (2013-05)
    The semiconductor diode laser was first demonstrated in 1962 by Hall at infrared wavelength and Holonyak in the visible spectrum. The diode laser was further improved with single and double heterojunction carrier and field ...

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  • Iverson, Eric (2008-05)
    Active inductors of various configurations were previously designed in an effort to explore a SiGe-based active inductor solution. The design is specified in High-Speed SiGe BiCMOS and InP DHBT Receiver IC’s for Optical ...

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  • Huang, Xiaowei (2011-12)
    The III-V heterojunction-bipolar (HBT) has become the standard industry device in high-speed applications, due to its superior current gain and faster electron transit times. Many high-frequency applications also require ...

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