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    A breakdown voltage model for implanted resurf p-LDMOS device on n+ buried layer

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    This paper presents an analytical expression of the breakdown voltage of a high voltage implanted RESURF p-LDMOS device which uses the n+ buried layer as an effective device substrate. In this model, the doping profile of the buried layer is considered and discussed. The implant dose for the drift region to implement the RESURF principle is also described by this model. Results calculated from this model are verified by experimental values

    Unitary Linear Dispersion Code Design and Optimisation for MIMO Communication Systems

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    Linear Dispersion Codes (LDCs) have recently attracted numerous research interests. Thanks to their efficient spreading of data across both the time and spatial domains, LDCs are capable of achieving a desired Diversity-Multiplexing Trade-off (DMT) in Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) broadband wireless access systems. This paper proposes a novel LDC design method, which relies on the unitary matrix theory combined with a Genetic Algorithm (GA) aided optimisation procedure. The proposed design provides a flexible framework, where new LDCs attaining higher data rates and better error resilience than a number of classic MIMO schemes can be generated. Index Terms Diversity-multiplexing trade-off, genetic algorithm, multiple-input multiple-output, linear dispersion code

    Holographic complexity of the electromagnetic black hole

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    In this paper, we use the "complexity equals action" (CA) conjecture to evaluate the holographic complexity in some multiple-horzion black holes for F(Riemann) gravity coupled to a first-order source-free electrodynamics. Motivated by the vanishing result of the purely magnetic black hole founded by Goto et.alet.\, al, we investigate the complexity in a static charged black hole with source-free electrodynamics and find that this vanishing feature of the late-time rate is universal for a purely static magnetic black hole. However, this result shows some unexpected features of the late-time growth rate. We show how the inclusion of a boundary term for the first-order electromagnetic field to the total action can make the holographic complexity be well-defined and obtain a general expression of the late-time complexity growth rate with these boundary terms. We apply our late-time result to some explicit cases and show how to choose the proportional constant of these additional boundary terms to make the complexity be well-defined in the zero-charge limit. For the static magnetic black hole in Einstein gravity coupled to a first-order electrodynamics, we find that there is a general relationship between the proper proportional constant and the Lagrangian function h(\math{F}) of the electromagnetic field: if h(\math{F}) is a convergent function, the choice of the proportional constant is independent on explicit expressions of h(\math{F}) and it should be chosen as 4/34/3; if h(\math{F}) is a divergent function, the proportional constant is dependent on the asymptotic index of the Lagrangian function.Comment: 27 pages, 1 figure, some examples and references adde
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