Global Standards for the Microelectronics Industry
JC-14 Quality and Reliability of Solid State Products
JC-14 is responsible for standardizing quality and reliability methodologies for solid state products used in commercial applications such as computers, automobiles, telecommunications equipment, etc. It also includes developing standards for board-level reliability of solid state products used in commercial equipment.
The committee is comprised of both suppliers and users and furnishes a forum where concerns of the industry for solid state device quality and reliability issues can be resolved. The committee maintains liaisons with other JEDEC committees whose tasks are related to quality and reliability issues. In addition, the committee coordinates activities with other standards organizations such as IPC, IEC, and JEITA to help develop industry and worldwide standardization.
Find JC-14’s complete scope in JM18: JEDEC Committee Scope Manual.
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|PART MODEL SCHEMAS
|Definition of “Low-Halogen” For Electronic Products
|MARKING, SYMBOLS, AND LABELS OF LEADED AND LEAD-FREE TERMINAL FINISHED MATERIALS USED IN ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY
|Stress-Test-Driven Qualification of and Failure Mechanisms Associated with Assembled Solid State Surface-Mount Devices
|Package Warpage Measurement of Surface-Mount Integrated Circuits at Elevated Temperature
|IC LATCH-UP TEST
|Test Method for Total Ionizing Dose (TID) from X-ray Exposure in Terrestrial Applications
|A Case for Lowering Component-level CDM ESD Specifications and Requirements Part II: Die-to-Die Interfaces
|JOINT JEDEC/ESDA STANDARD FOR ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVITY TEST - HUMAN BODY MODEL (HBM) - COMPONENT LEVEL