By D. Widmann
Strongly concerned with SIEMENS Corp. within the large contemporary advancements of approach applied sciences for IC fabrication the authors comprehensively list their authoritative wisdom and useful event. New fabrics , smooth planar know-how, approach designs for CMOS, Bipolar, BICMOS and smart-power applied sciences, self-adjusting doping strategies are only the various highlights. With its robust application-orientation this can be a need-to-have booklet for pros in semiconductor industries. Senior scholars in electric engineering and physics can use it as a textbook due to the systematic therapy of the themes. in regards to their later careers as commercial engineers they are going to fairly savor the deep perception into the particular equipment and difficulties of IC production.
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Technology of Integrated Circuits by D. Widmann