Tag Archives: On-Wafer

We’re a Finalist for Enterprise Technology Company of the Year

We are honored to be named a Technology Association of Oregon’s finalist for Enterprise Technology Company of the Year! Each year, the association awards companies in categories consisting of St… [View More]

Protecting Wafer Probe Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

If you’re a probe customer, or thinking of becoming one, we want to make sure that you are not only completely satisfied with your on-wafer probe, but that you’re positioned to maximize yo… [View More]

Achieving Accurate, Wafer-Level Power Device Characterization

Until recently, power device manufacturers have been saddled with the task of sending power devices out for packaging prior to characterization and model extraction. This extra step adds cost, plus de… [View More]

Advanced Curve Tracers for Superior On-Wafer Characterization

Emerging energy standards and increasing power consumption demand additional performance capabilities. These trends are clearly seen in industries such as aircraft, spacecraft, electrical power, commu… [View More]

Join us at European Microwave Week (EuMW)

We’ll be in booth 401B in Agilent Avenue at the European Microwave Week conference in Manchester, England October 11th through the 13th. Here are some of the workshops and sessions we’ll b… [View More]

On-Wafer Calibration for Accurate mm-Wave Device Characterization

As device dimensions decrease and the operation frequencies are pushed toward the THz range it is becoming essential to improve conventional wafer-level mm-wave device characterization methods. Accura… [View More]

Addressing Challenges to 4-Port On-Wafer Probe Measurements

When moving from 2-port measurements to 4-port device measurements, the first thing you might ask is, “Can my 2-port methods be directly applied to 4-port?” The answer is clearly: NO. Seve… [View More]

Hybrid Calibration for 4-Port On-Wafer Probing

System calibration is critical to getting accurate measurement data from RF wafer devices. During calibration, a set of known standards must be presented to the tip of the probe. This requires multipl… [View More]