Characteristics of Anisotropic Conducting Polymers Suggest Feasibility of Test Fixtures up to 110 GHz

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Publication Details

Author(s): Sippel M, Lomakin K, Gold G, Helmreich K
Journal: Electronics
Publication year: 2017
ISSN: 0013-5070
Language: English


Abstract

Applications and volume of integrated circuits operating at frequencies
up to 100 GHz are steadily increasing. This establishes serious
challenges, especially for temporarily contacting such products during
manufacturing tests with appropriate signal integrity. At present,
existing test socket concepts have reached their applicability limit.
The most promising candidates to meet the requirements of future
microwave device interfacing are thin, anisotropic conducting polymers.
This paper reports a survey covering measurement methodology for signal
integrity properties of conducting polymers, model parameter extraction,
measurement results from various materials, reliability issues, and a
prototype application.


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FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Gold, Gerald Dr.-Ing.
Professur für Rechnergestützten Schaltungsentwurf
Helmreich, Klaus Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Professur für Rechnergestützten Schaltungsentwurf
Lomakin, Konstantin
Lehrstuhl für Hochfrequenztechnik
Sippel, Mark
Lehrstuhl für Hochfrequenztechnik


How to cite

APA:
Sippel, M., Lomakin, K., Gold, G., & Helmreich, K. (2017). Characteristics of Anisotropic Conducting Polymers Suggest Feasibility of Test Fixtures up to 110 GHz. Electronics. https://dx.doi.org/10.3390/electronics6040109

MLA:
Sippel, Mark, et al. "Characteristics of Anisotropic Conducting Polymers Suggest Feasibility of Test Fixtures up to 110 GHz." Electronics (2017).

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