This book surveys the field of semiconductor electron devices and brings out the common underlying physical principles. Detailed examples and problems throughout the text are designed to increase the understanding of the physical principles involved. In contrast to other texts covering only field effect devices or opto-electronic devices, this volume explores the entire breadth of the device field. It provides broad exposure to a variety of device applications based on a common set of principles. Physics of Semiconductor Electron Devices provides an easy bridge to analyze devices when the commonly employed approximation in the derivation of device performance characteristic is no longer valid.
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