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UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

…ultraviolet (UV) and deep UV (DUV) lasers to meet the extreme demands of smart phone production. one reason for this is because short, UV wavelengths enable very high spatial resolution processing, thus allowing greater circuit density and improved process utilization. also, high energy UV photons…

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

…ultraviolet (UV) and deep UV (DUV) lasers to meet the extreme demands of smart phone production. one reason for this is because short, UV wavelengths enable very high spatial resolution processing, thus allowing greater circuit density and improved process utilization. also, high energy UV photons…

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

…ultraviolet (UV) and deep UV (DUV) lasers to meet the extreme demands of smart phone production. one reason for this is because short, UV wavelengths enable very high spatial resolution processing, thus allowing greater circuit density and improved process utilization. also, high energy UV photons…

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

…visible wavelengths (600 - 800 nm) to deep into the UV, in particular to 355 nm and 266 nm. The demand for throughput is met by increasing output power. a typical laser source for wafer inspection is the coherent azure, which is a continuous wave (cW) laser that delivers 200 mW at 266 nm. The…

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

…visible wavelengths (600 - 800 nm) to deep into the UV, in particular to 355 nm and 266 nm. The demand for throughput is met by increasing output power. a typical laser source for wafer inspection is the coherent azure, which is a continuous wave (cW) laser that delivers 200 mW at 266 nm. The…

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones and Other Microelectronics

…visible wavelengths (600 - 800 nm) to deep into the UV, in particular to 355 nm and 266 nm. The demand for throughput is met by increasing output power. a typical laser source for wafer inspection is the coherent azure, which is a continuous wave (cW) laser that delivers 200 mW at 266 nm. The…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…applications to rely instead on 355-nm lasers optimized for short pulse duration, which can produce similar results in many materials. Excimers represent another important pulsed laser technology. They can produce several discrete wavelengths throughout the UV; depending on the gas combination,…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…longer pulse lasers by using a deep UV wavelength). Moreover, multiphoton absorption allows the machining of several high bandgap materials (e.g. glass, certain polymers) that have low linear, optical absorption and so are difficult to machine with existing, commercially available lasers. In most…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…longer pulse lasers by using a deep UV wavelength). Moreover, multiphoton absorption allows the machining of several high bandgap materials (e.g. glass, certain polymers) that have low linear, optical absorption and so are difficult to machine with existing, commercially available lasers. In most…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…longer pulse lasers by using a deep UV wavelength). Moreover, multiphoton absorption allows the machining of several high bandgap materials (e.g. glass, certain polymers) that have low linear, optical absorption and so are difficult to machine with existing, commercially available lasers. In most…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…longer pulse lasers by using a deep UV wavelength). Moreover, multiphoton absorption allows the machining of several high bandgap materials (e.g. glass, certain polymers) that have low linear, optical absorption and so are difficult to machine with existing, commercially available lasers. In most…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…shown that green and UV picosecond pulses can produce clean STVs with extremely high aspect ratio holes - see Figure 3. For larger spot sizes, the attainable via depth falls off quite dramatically, so the key to this process is using small spot sizes of ~10 µm. When the laser beam is focused to a 10…

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