Global Standards for the Microelectronics Industry
Standards & Documents Search
Displaying 1 - 6 of 6 documents. Show 5 results per page.
DICTIONARY OF TERMS FOR SOLID-STATE TECHNOLOGY, 7th Edition
This reference for technical writers and educators, manufacturers, and buyers and users of discrete solid state devices is now available. It should aid the technical committees of JEDEC in the avoidance of multiple definitions and reduce the proliferation of redundant definitions. The long-term goal is to include definitions from all JEDEC publications and standards. Each of the approximately two thousand entries is referenced to its source publication, and an annex listing the names of the source publications and their releases dates is included. All entries were reviewed for punctuation, grammar, and clarity, as well as accuracy, and reworded if such was considered warranted. The purpose of this dictionary is to promote the uniform use of terms, definitions, abbreviations, and symbols throughout the solid state industry
3D CHIP STACK WITH THROUGH-SILICON VIAS (TSVS): Identifying, Evaluating and Understanding Reliability Interactions
To increase device bandwidth, reduce power and shrink form factor, microelectronics manufacturers are implementing three dimensional (3D) chip stacking using through silicon vias (TSVs). Chip stacking with TSVs combines silicon and packaging technologies. As a result, these new structures have unique reliability requirements. This document is a guideline that describes how to evaluate the reliability of 3D TSV silicon assemblies.
CHIP-PACKAGE INTERACTION UNDERSTANDING, IDENTIFICATION AND EVALUATION
This publication references a set of frequently recommended and accepted JEDEC reliability stress tests. These tests are used for qualifying new and modified technology/ process/ product families, as well as individual solid state surface-mount products.
This specification establishes the general requirements for hybrid microcircuits, RF/microwave hybrid microcircuits and MCMs (hereafter referred to as devices). Detailed performance requirements for a specific device are specified in the applicable device acquisition document. In the event of a conflict between this document and the device acquisition document, the device acquisition document will take precedence.
SOLID STATE RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT QUALIFICATION METHODOLOGIES
The purpose of this publication is to provide an overview of some of the most commonly used systems and test methods historically performed by manufacturers to assess and qualify the reliability of solid state products. The appropriate references to existing and proposed JEDEC (or EIA) standards and publications are cited. This document is also intended to provide an educational background and overview of some of the technical and economic factors associated with assessing and qualifying microcircuit reliability.
GUIDE TO STANDARDS AND PUBLICATIONS RELATING TO QUALITY AND RELIABILITY OF ELECTRONIC HARDWARE
This document gathers and organizes common standards and publications relating to quality processes and methods relating to the solid-state, microelectronics, and associated industries. This is intended to facilitate access to the applicable documents when working with electronic hardware. This will have a positive effect on quality and reliability as users gain more access to proper methods in designing, producing, and testing parts.