Characterization of Organic Inverter

International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering
© 2020 by SSRG - IJECE Journal
Volume 7 Issue 6
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Ahmad Skaiky, Ahmad El Hajj, Mahmoud Koabaz, Abbas Ghaddar
: 10.14445/23488549/IJECE-V7I6P102
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Ahmad Skaiky, Ahmad El Hajj, Mahmoud Koabaz, Abbas Ghaddar, "Characterization of Organic Inverter" SSRG International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering 7.6 (2020): 13-16.

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Ahmad Skaiky, Ahmad El Hajj, Mahmoud Koabaz, Abbas Ghaddar,(2020). Characterization of Organic Inverter. SSRG International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering 7(6), 13-16.

Abstract:

In this paper, the transport properties of pentacene thin films are studied, the carrier mobility is determined using the space charge limited current (SCLC) method. After we have demonstrated the realization of the ‘’diode load inverter’’ with two transistors of P-channel type having different channel lengths. The use of two different channel lengths allows the drive transistor to unload the load transistor effectively in the inverter. The load transistor has a channel length of 250 μm and mobility of 0.04 cm2.V-1.s-1, where the drive transistor has a channel length of 50 μm and mobility of 0.02 cm2.V-1.s-1.The fabrication technique used is simple and allows broad integration. This inverter’s performances are given in terms of static input-output characteristics, and they are comparable to that of a complementary organic inverter.

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Key Words:

Thin Film Transistor, Pentacene, Inverter