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This work will educate chip and system designers on a method for accurately predicting circuit and system reliability in order to estimate failures that will occur in the field as a function of operating conditions at the chip level. This book will combine the knowledge taught in many reliability publications and illustrate how to use the knowledge presented by the semiconductor manufacturing companies in combination with the HTOL end-of-life testing that is currently performed by the chip suppliers as part of their standard qualification procedure and make accurate reliability predictions. This book will allow chip designers to predict FIT and DPPM values as a function of operating conditions and chip temperature so that users ultimately will have control of reliability in their design so the reliability and performance will be considered concurrently with their design.
- The ability to include reliability calculations and test results in their product design
- The ability to use reliability data provided to them by their suppliers to make meaningful reliability predictions
- Have accurate failure rate calculations for calculating warrantee period replacement costs
Chip designers, electronic system designers and reliability engineers in electronics companies, chip manufacturers and microelectronics/ system designers
Chapter 1. Shortcut to Accurate Reliability Prediction
1.1 Background of FIT
1.2 Multiple Failure Mechanism Model
1.3 Acceleration Factor
1.4 New Proportionality Method
1.5 Chip Designer
1.6 System Designer
Chapter 2. M-HTOL Principles
2.1 Constant Rate Assumption
2.2 Reliability Criteria
2.3 The Failure Rate Curve for Electronic Systems
2.4 Reliability Testing
2.5 Accelerated Testing
Chapter 3. Failure Mechanisms
3.1 Time-Dependent Dielectric Breakdown
3.2 Hot Carrier Injection
3.3 Negative Bias Temperature Instability
3.5 Soft Errors Due to Memory Alpha Particles
Chapter 4. New M-HTOL Approach
4.1 Problematic Zero Failure Criteria
4.2 Single Versus Multiple Competing Mechanisms
4.3 AF Calculation
4.4 Electronic System CFR Approximation/Justification
4.5 PoF-Based Circuits Reliability Prediction Methodology
4.6 Cell Reliability Estimation
4.7 Chip Reliability Prediction
4.8 Matrix Method
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- © Academic Press 2014
- 7th March 2014
- Academic Press
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Joseph B. Bernstein is Professor of Electrical Engineering at Ariel University, Ariel, Israel. He received his PhD from MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA, and has previously worked as a Professor at Bar Ilan University, Israel, and at the University of Maryland and the MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He has co-authored two books.
Ariel University, Ariel, Israel.
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