Effect of Pulsed Radiation on Semiconductor Devices
Pulsed radiation refers to radiation which, over a small fraction of one second imparts to the irradiated target a high neutron fluence or a large γ-radiation dose; it is characterized by high radiation fluxes and by new effects that are not produced by prolonged continuous irradiation.
KeywordsCurrent Pulse Ionization Current Transient Process Collector Current Minority Carrier
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