Best Reference Books – Heterojunction Devices and Technology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Heterojunction Devices and Technology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Heterojunction Devices and Technology along with reviews.

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1. “mm-Wave Silicon Technology: 60 GHz and Beyond (Integrated Circuits and Systems)” by Ali M. Niknejad and Hossein Hashemi

“mm-Wave Silicon Technology: 60 GHz and Beyond (Integrated Circuits and Systems)” Book Review: This book discusses the Research results found on mmwave Silicon circuits. Main topics included are device modelling, circuit building blocks, phased array systems and antennas. Other topics included are Packaging, the techniques on the scale integration of Silicon based technologies, Beam forming on Silicon. Many Silicon based case studies are included in this book. Short tutorials on important concepts have been added for students. Electronics engineering students can refer to this book.

2. “Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors for Circuit Design: Microwave Modeling and Parameter Extraction” by Jianjun Gao

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“Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors for Circuit Design: Microwave Modeling and Parameter Extraction” Book Review: This book mentions the topics related to heterojunction bipolar transistors for circuit design. Main chapters included are basic concept of microwave device modelling, Modelling and parameter extraction methods of bipolar junction transistor, basic principles of HBT. Other chapters mentioned are Small signal modelling and parameter extraction of HBT, large signal equivalent circuit modelling of HBT. A list of tables is added at the end of the book and list of illustrations is also included. All the modelling methods and topics are discussed in detail. This book is suitable for electrical and electronics engineering students.

3. “Semiconductor Heterojunctions and Nanostructures” by Omar Manasreh

“Semiconductor Heterojunctions and Nanostructures” Book Review: This book mentions the chapters on Semiconductor heterojunction and nanostructures. Major chapters included are Introduction to quantum mechanics, tunnelling phenomena, Density of states in low dimensional systems, equilibrium. Other topics such as nonequilibrium, ballistic and coherence transports, excitons are also mentioned. Step by step theoretical derivations are also included to clear the advanced concepts of nanostructures. Experimental observations and explanations are also included for properties of quantum structures. This book is beneficial for graduate level electronics and electrical engineering students.

4. “Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Nanowires for Optical Devices: Low–Dimensionality Related Effects and Growth (Electronics Engineering)” by Vincent Consonni and Guy Feuillet

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“Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Nanowires for Optical Devices: Low–Dimensionality Related Effects and Growth (Electronics Engineering)” Book Review: This book explains the difference between GaN and Zno Along with its similarities and current limitations of nanowires for their use in optical devices. Main chapters mentioned are quantum and optical confinement stress relaxations in nanowires with heterostructure, surface related optical properties of GaN based nanowire. Other topics mentioned are self-induced growth of GaN nanowires by molecular beam epitaxy, metal organic vapour phase epitaxy growth of GaN nanorods. Chemical and physical properties along with its applications and its methods is also included in this book. This book is beneficial for electronics and electrical engineering students of graduate level.

5. “SiGe Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors” by Peter Ashburn

“SiGe Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors” Book Review: This book discusses the SiGe heterojunction bipolar transistors. Topics included are Basic bipolar transistor theory, heavy doping effects, second order effects, high frequency performance. Other topics included polysilicon emitters, properties and growth of Silicon germanium, Silicon germanium heterojunction bipolar transistors, Silicon bipolar technology. all the equations are provided in detail with proper labelling. references are included for further reading purposes. A list of symbols is added at the start of the book. This book is useful for advanced electronic and electrical engineering students.

6. “High-Efficiency Solar Cells: Physics, Materials, and Devices (Springer Series in Materials Science)” by Xiaodong Wang and Zhiming M Wang

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“High-Efficiency Solar Cells: Physics, Materials, and Devices (Springer Series in Materials Science)” Book Review: This book mentions the effectiveness of solar cells. This book covers 3 major areas: first one is how to make solar cell technology cheaper; second one is advanced technologies used in solar cells and new architecture designs. The 3rd area is developing new materials to serve as light absorbers. topics included are introduction to the solar cell field, architectures of high efficiency solar cells, novel materials and technologies for solar energy applications. Multiple research papers and researches are added in this book. This book is beneficial for electrical engineering students.

7. “Photophysics of Carbon Nanotubes Interfaced with Organic and Inorganic Materials” by Igor A Levitsky and William B Euler

“Photophysics of Carbon Nanotubes Interfaced with Organic and Inorganic Materials” Book Review: This book discusses the Photophysics of carbon nanotubes with organic and inorganic materials. Main topics included are light energy conversion at carbon nanotubes, use of carbon nanotubes in photo actuating composites, photo physical properties of SWNT interface with DNA. Conclusions and references are added at the end of each chapter. all the topics are discussed in detail with proper figures and equations. This book is beneficial for advanced electrical engineering and physics students.

8. “Amorphous Silicon / Crystalline Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” by Wolfgang Rainer Fahrner

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“Amorphous Silicon / Crystalline Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” Book Review: This book covers an overview of Heterojunction solar cells. Basic properties of solar cells, history of solar cells and the challenges faced in solar cells also included as chapters. Other Topics mentioned are measurement tools, some simulation programs and a brief survey of the state of the art aiming to improve the design of solar cells. fill in the blank questions included in this book for students to get the most out of the topics. This book is useful for advanced electrical engineering students.

9. “Physics and Technology of Amorphous-Crystalline Heterostructure Silicon Solar Cells (Engineering Materials)” by Wilfried G J H M van Sark and Lars Korte

“Physics and Technology of Amorphous-Crystalline Heterostructure Silicon Solar Cells (Engineering Materials)” Book Review: This book provides an overview of technology involved in heterostructure Silicon solar cells. Main topics included are physics in technology of Silicon solar cells, heterojunction Silicon based solar cells, wet chemical conditioning of Silicon substrates. Other chapters such as electronic properties of ultra-thin amorphous Silicon solar cells, photo luminance and Electro luminance from amorphous Silicon luminance and solar cells. All the techniques are mentioned in detail with proper examples. This book is beneficial for electrical engineering and physics students.

10. “High Electron Mobility Transistors and Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors: Devices, Fabrication and Circuits (Microwave Library)” by Fazal Ali and Aditya Gupta

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“High Electron Mobility Transistors and Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors: Devices, Fabrication and Circuits (Microwave Library)” Book Review: This book includes the tutorial papers on HEMTs, HBTs and Heterojunctions. Topics included are important aspects of device physics and analytical models, device fabrication technology, aspect of physics and growth technology heterojunction. Application of resonant tunnelling To field effect and bipolar transistors are also discussed in this book. These papers report huge achievements of the HEMT, HBT technologies in the field of microwave, millimetre wave and digital ICs. This book is suitable for advanced electrical engineering and research students.

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