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JEDEC JESD 63

Standard Method for Calculating the Electromigration Model Parameters for Current Density and Temperature

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Organization: JEDEC
Publication Date: 1 February 1998
Status: active
Page Count: 37
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This method provides procedures to calculate sample estimates and their confidence intervals for the electromigration model parameters of current density and temperature. The model parameter for current density is the exponent (n) to which the current density is raised in Black's equation. The parameter for temperature is the activation energy for the electromigration failure process.

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JEDEC JESD 63
February 1, 1998
Standard Method for Calculating the Electromigration Model Parameters for Current Density and Temperature
This method provides procedures to calculate sample estimates and their confidence intervals for the electromigration model parameters of current density and temperature. The model parameter for...

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