Semiconductor Manufacturing

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Date of Publication: Feb 26, 2014
System-in-package (SiP) is a combination of integrated circuits (ICs) enclosed in a single package or module. Additionally, passive components are mounted on the same substrate. SiP is not just an IC package with multiple dies; it comprises fully functional systems or subsystems in an IC package format. SiP, while being a packaging technique, differs substantially from other packaging technologies. The latter largely involve minimal complex design considerations, whereas for SiP, an effective subsystem or system, the interconnection and integration are substantially more complex. SiP brings tangible gains in space reduction. While system-on-chip (SoC) achieves the same objective more effectively, SoC design is more complex and time consuming than SiP. SiP’s simplicity has opened a wide array of uses for it in less than a decade since its inception. However, SiP also faces significant challenges in being able to assure form yield maximization.

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Date of Publication: Dec 18, 2012
This document provides comprehensive data to help users more easily determine material performance, capabilities, and compatibility of functional...

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Date of Publication: Jun 1, 2012
This document provides comprehensive data to help users more easily determine both material capability and compatibility for flexible and rigid base...