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PRODUCT CIRCUIT VALIDATION AND FAILURE DEBUG: A SEMICONDUCTOR FOUNDRY CAN HELP

Before a product enters mass production, a series of design validation and debugging procedures precede as part of the qualification process. Generally, they are broadly classified into simulation-based presilicon validation and postsilicon validation using prototype samples tested under the actual... Full description

Journal Title: Electronic Device Failure Analysis 2017, Vol.19(4), p.22(10)
Main Author: Susanto, Edy
Other Authors: Goh, S.H. , Manlangit, Edmund C. , Lam, Jeffrey
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description: Before a product enters mass production, a series of design validation and debugging procedures precede as part of the qualification process. Generally, they are broadly classified into simulation-based presilicon validation and postsilicon validation using prototype samples tested under the actual system environment. Despite the painstaking efforts that employ varies simulators and emulators to ensure a clean design tapeout prior to manufacturing, bugs that escape presilicon verification are on the rise due to increasing design complexity in modern chips and a widening discrepancy between simulation and actual functional performance as process technologies advance. Postsilicon validation encompasses evaluating the functional response of the prototype units per se and their interactions at a system-level platform. For elusive bugs that only manifest under certain operational time lapse or conditions, a more effective technique is employed that traces internal circuit signals continuously during testing.
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