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Teach you how to distinguish between passive devices and discrete device slicing structures, satisfying your curiosity!

Date:2024-05-15 10:12:47 Views:100

From the perspective of conductivity, various materials can be divided into "conductors" and "insulators", and the semiconductors we deal with every day have conductivity properties that fall between the two. For example, silicon, as an important semiconductor material, is made into various electronic components and used in electronic products. Electronic components can be divided into "discrete" and "integrated". The most common and basic components we see are resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes/transistors, transistors, etc., all of which belong to discrete devices. Integrated circuits are a complete circuit formed by interconnecting and combining the most basic discrete structures using corresponding manufacturing processes. As early as 1958, engineers from Texas Instruments and Xiantong each invented integrated circuits. Until today, our semiconductor industry has gone through a magnificent history.

From previous case studies of Chuangxin Testing, we have seen many integrated circuits, including internal imaging of various chips and wafer opening. However, for discrete devices, especially the most basic resistive and capacitive devices, what their internal structures are, I believe everyone has a stronger curiosity. Today, Chuangxin Testing combines appearance, X-Ray, and slicing patterns to teach you how to distinguish passive devices from discrete device slicing structures, satisfying your curiosity! Without much ado, let's start with pictures!










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The testing cases of various integrated circuits and discrete devices in this laboratory can be found in previous articles. Chuangxin Testing - IC testing experts around you, if you have testing needs,Welcome to call the national hotline at any time at 4008-655-800.