FormFactor Introduces the CM300xi-ULN Probe System to Enable Development of Smaller, Faster Semiconductor ICs
“The new CM300xi-ULN with Contact Intelligence fundamentally transforms the lab flicker noise measurement for leading-edge technology nodes below seven nanometers,” said Claus Dietrich, VP and
Industry Firsts in Low Noise Probing
- First automated probe station to achieve -190dB spectral noise* to make highly accurate noise measurements of new, high-performance devices (*typical, dBVrms/√Hz, 1kHz to 1MHz, with prober and thermal system enabled)
- Integrated test cell power management which eliminates ground-loop induced noise and provides fully managed and filtered AC power for both probe system and instruments
- Fully autonomous flicker noise thermal testing on 30um pads for up to 4x faster testing than previous generation systems
- Customer site surveys and “low noise” installation verification to significantly reduce setup costs and tool deployment time
To request more information about the CM300xi-ULN, visit www.formfactor.com/contact-sales.
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