random defect

A defect found in a failing device that does not occur in a manner consistent with normal process variation.

NOTE A random defect is not considered to be a normal part of the intrinsic population of a production run. The failure is attributed to defects introduced during production.

References

JEP122C, 3/06
JESD91A, 8/01

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