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Development of a burn-in time reduction algorithm using the principles of acceleration factors

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2 Author(s)
Suyko, A. ; Intel Philippines Manuf. Inc., Manila, Philippines ; Sy, S.

To have fast EPROM manufacturing turnaround time and be cost-effective in a highly competitive market, a reduction in burn-in time is highly desirable. The author addresses this manufacturing issue. By using the principles of temperature and electric field acceleration factors and taking into consideration the prevailing device and burn-in equipment limitations, a new and simple algorithm for reducing the burn-in time has been developed. Experiments were performed on different nonvolatile memory products of various fabrication process technologies to prove the efficacy and manufacturability of this application.<>

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Reliability Physics Symposium, 1991, 29th Annual Proceedings., International

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9-11 April 1991