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Challenges of Designing System-level ESD Protection at the IC Level, Part 2

It is a common misconception that designing an IC for system-level ESD requirements simply requires an increase in the capability of the ESD cells, which are already present for safe handling ESD requirements, like Human Body Model (HBM).

Challenges of Designing System-Level ESD Protection at the IC-Level

There is often confusion about the interaction between IC-level component ESD protection and the appropriately required system-level ESD protection strategy.

What Exactly is ESD for 3D ICs?

The EOS/ESD Association is addressing the various vectors of development needed to support 3D packaging ESD integration and manufacturing ESD control.

Improving the Power of Silicon Chips By Slowing Things Down

Scientists from Bar-Ilan University's Faculty of Engineering and Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials have discovered a way to improve the quality of light and sound on silicon chips -- by slowing them down.

Creating the Third Wave of Integrated Circuits

Researchers from the University of Sydney Nano Institute have taken the feedback from optical fibers and adapted it into a new breed of integrated circuits.
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Businessman Receives Prison Sentence for Selling Counterfeit Integrated Circuits for Military and Commercial Uses

The owner of a Los Angeles-based electronic components business, PRB Logics Corporation, has been sentenced to 46 months in prison and ordered to pay $144,000 in restitution for the sale of counterfeit integrated circuits which were purchased by defense contractors for military use.

Storing Light In An Integrated Circuit

Scientists from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied science have created a way to store light in an integrated circuit.

IEC Publishes IEC 62228-1 for EMC Evaluation of Integrated Circuits with Transceivers

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has recently published IEC 62228-1:2018 for general conditions and definitions...

The World’s Fastest Stretchable, Wearable Integrated Circuits

A team of University of Wisconsin—Madison engineers has created the world’s fastest stretchable, wearable integrated...

Biologically-Powered Chips Could Lead to Gadgets that can Taste and Smell

Researchers at Columbia University have built a biologically-powered chip. More specifically, this ground-breaking integrated...
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