30 June 2000 Simulation of geometric effects on double-gate field emission devices
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We report a study of the circular-shaped and rectangular- shaped focus-gate Field Emission Devices (FED) structure. In this work, we have developed a simulator of FED based on the Finite Difference Method. The major element of this simulator is a modified Fowler-Nordheim field emission model. We evaluate the performances of the circular-shaped and rectangular-shaped focus-gate FED structures by using this simulator. Results reveal that the circular-shaped focus-gate FED structure has more collector current. Also, the focusing characteristics of electron beam are improved.
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Ching-Wu Wang, Ching-Wu Wang, ChihLiang Chen, ChihLiang Chen, Yuan-Hsiu Yang, Yuan-Hsiu Yang, TsungYu Yang, TsungYu Yang, } "Simulation of geometric effects on double-gate field emission devices", Proc. SPIE 4079, Display Technologies III, (30 June 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.389416; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.389416


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