This section tries to answer the question at which doping level one should measure if the
effect is real. The dependence on the body doping is depicted in Fig. 4.20.
Figure 4.20:
Drain currents of the SOI (Device 1) obtained by a energy transport simulations
showing different body dopings
.

The decrease of the drain current vanishes, if the doping is reduced by about one order of
magnitude. A similar result has been reported in [56]. The dopingdependence of
the simulated characteristics is difficult to interpret because several partial effects
contribute. First, the body effect parameter which plays a key role increases with doping.
Second, there is a dopingdependence introduced through the carrier lifetimes, which are
modeled by the SCHARFETTER relation [59] [60]

(4.2) 
This is the default model in DESSIS (which was used in [56]) and it was
also implemented and used in MINIMOSNT. The advantage of this model is that with increasing
doping concentration the lifetimes get reduced, which strengthens the coupling between the
electron and hole subsystem, which in turn improves numerical stability. The same effect
could be achieved by using small static lifetimes, but eqn. (4.2) provides
a more physical model. The simulations show that with shorter lifetimes the negative
differential conductance gets more pronounced, which corresponds well with the suggested
explanation of the effect.
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