By Rao Tummala
The single booklet to coach microsystems packaging-written by means of the field's prime authorThis is the booklet that engineers, technicians, and scholars want-the first to coach microsystems packaging from the floor up. Rao Tummala's one-stop basics to Microsystems Packaging covers the sphere from wafer to platforms, together with each significant contributing know-how. it is the merely booklet to take action. This much-needed device features:*A accomplished educational masking each significant element of microelectronics, photonics, RF, packaging layout, meeting, reliability, checking out, production and its relevance to either semiconductors and systems.*Rigorous assurance of electric, mechanical, chemical, and fabrics facets of every technology*Easy-to-read schematics and block diagrams*Fundamental techniques to all method issues*Examples of all universal configurations and technologies-wafer point packaging, unmarried chip, multichip, RF, opto-electronic, microvia forums, thermal and others*Details on chip-to-board connections, sealing and encapsulation, and production processes*Basics of electric and reliability testing*Hundreds of explanatory two-color illustrations*Self-test difficulties and ideas in each chapter*Glossary*The top technique to research microsystems packaging via self-study or in a classroom-and the main finished on-the-job reference
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Fundamentals of Microsystems Packaging by Rao Tummala