5 edition of Electron beam testing technology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by John T.L. Thong.|
|Contributions||Thong, John T. L.|
|LC Classifications||TK7871.85 .E426 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 462 p. :|
|Number of Pages||462|
|LC Control Number||93018555|
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Topics such as e-beam optics, detectors, secondary electron emission, voltage contrast etc. are presented very coherently.4/5(1). This scenario changed with growing device complexity and shrinking geometries, prompting IC manufacturers to take note ofthis new testing technology. It required several more years and considerable investment by electron beam tester manufacturers, however, to co me up with user-friendly automated systems that were acceptable to IC test engineers.
Although exploratory and developmental activity in electron beam testing (EBT) 25 years, it was not had already been in existence in research laboratories for over until the beginning of the s that it was taken up seriously as a technique for integrated circuit (IC) testing.
While ICs were. This is the first comprehensive volume on electron beam testing for integrated circuits. Including introductory material, a guide to fundamentals, and an implementational section, the work will serve as a complete reference for both experienced practitioners as well as those unfamiliar with the Rating: % positive.
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The e-beam prober is capable of measuring voltage and timing waveforms on internal semiconductor signal. Abstract. Electron beam testing technology depends on the best possible design of a focused and scanned beam of electrons, with all the associated methods of voltage contrast detection—both static and dynamic—display and measurement of the results, and interpretation with fast computing of the essential features under : William Nixon.
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The free-electron laser utilizes technology developed by Hans Motz and his coworkers, who built an undulator at Stanford inusing the wiggler magnetic configuration which is one component of a free electron laser.
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