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Keithley Offers SC Device Test Apps CD
May 2008
The "Semiconductor Device Test Applications Guide," a free CD available from Keithley, includes semiconductor test application information on topics including two-terminal device, bipolar transistor, FET, substrate bias and high-power tests. The CD features more than a dozen application notes about, for example, on-the-fly Vth measurements for bias temperature instability characterization, increasing production throughput of multipin devices, optimizing switched measurements; white papers on test sequencing instruments and the fundamentals of the LXI communication protocol; six presentations; and test scripts. For more information, visit:

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