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Demystifying Chipmaking [Paperback]

Richard F. Yanda , Michael Heynes , Anne Miller

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April 14 2005 0750677600 978-0750677608 1
This book takes the reader through the actual manufacturing process of making a typical chip, from start to finish, including a detailed discussion of each step, in plain language. The evolution of today's technology is added to the story, as seen through the eyes of the engineers who solved some of the problems. The authors are well suited to that discussion since they are three of those same engineers. They have a broad exposure to the industry and its technology that extends all the way back to Shockley Laboratories, the first semiconductor manufacturer in Silicon Valley.

The CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor) process flow is the focus of the discussion and is covered in ten chapters. The vast majority of chips made today are fabricated using this general method. In order to ensure that all readers are comfortable with the vocabulary, the first chapter carefully and clearly introduces the science concepts found in later chapters. A chapter is devoted to pointing out the differences in other manufacturing methods, such as the gallium arsenide technology that produces chips for cell phones. In addition, a chapter describing the nature of the semiconductor industry from a business perspective is included.

"The entire process of making a chip is surprisingly easy to understand. The part of the story that defies belief is the tiny dimensions: the conducting wires and other structures on a chip are more than a hundred times thinner than a hair - and getting thinner with every new chip design."

* Authors are actual engineers who have a broad range of exposure and experience with chip technology
* Contains a unique chapter describing the nature of the semiconductor industry from a business perspective

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"...a useful guide for engineers just entering the packaging sector of the semiconductor industry or for newly vetted engineering school grads.” - Ron Iscoff, Editor, Chip Scale Review

"Demystifying Chipmaking...will provide an interesting overview of the IC fabrication process while familiarizing you with the terminology." - Rick Nelson, Chief Editor, Test & Measurement World

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Takes the reader through the entire manufacturing process making the entire process of making a chip surprisingly easy to understand

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An integrated circuit (IC) is a miniaturized electronic device made by combining discrete electronic components into a single device, all manufactured as a whole. Read the first page
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book! Clear explanations Aug. 8 2014
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Great book! Clear explanations, good illustrations, very understandable. Perfect for the non-scientist and those from other industries or new to semiconductors.

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