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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Analysis And Parameter Extraction of Organic Transistor At PTAA With Different Organic Materials

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Anuradha Yadav, Savita Yadav, Sanjay Singh, Nishant Tripathi



Index Terms- PTAA, OSC, OTET, P3HT, dielectric, transconductance, sub-threshold voltage.



Abstract- The Organic thin film transistor has made significant progress in the recent past in achieving high performance in terms of mobility, Ion/Ioff current ratio, threshold voltage, sub threshold voltage and transconductance, still faces a number of challenges at the fabrication , materials and device physics level. In this paper we are using PTAA with different insular combination and form organic transistor and compare other material in basis of mobility, threshold voltage, and transconductance, on/off ratio, Sub-threshold slope, ID min and ID max.



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