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Development of Hardware-software Complex for Automated Measurement and Extraction of Parameters of Power Semiconductor Components

Student: Aleksandr Grishin

Supervisor: Lev M. Sambursky

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Electronic Engineering (Master)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2019

The master's dissertation has the following structure and consists of: intro-duction, 2 chapters, conclusion, list of references. The introduction justifies the relevance of the topic of work, specifies the goal and objectives, the object of study, describes the novelty and practical signifi-cance of the work. Chapter 1 presents methods for measuring bipolar transistors, the advantages and disadvantages of widely used SPICE models, various extraction strategies, as well as the effect of temperature and frequency on the properties of transistors and semiconductor devices. Also the process of selection of the optimal model for ex-traction of SPICE-parameters for the purposes of the given dissertation is de-scribed. In Chapter 2, based on the selected model, the extraction method and strate-gy were selected. The interface and the core of the program module were devel-oped taking into account the analysis made in Chapter 1. In conclusion, in a generalized form, the results of research and development are presented, the solution of the goal and objectives is justified. The master thesis is presented on 62 pages, contains 11 figures, 1 table, 25 formulas, as well as a list of 21 references that were used.

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