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Development of failure-rate models for semiconductor optoelectronic devices
Donald B. Ellingham
1976 by Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Systems Research and Development Service, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Donald B. Ellingham, Jr., William M. Schreyer, Wolfgang W. Gaertner.|
|Series||Report - Federal Aviation Administration, Systems Research and Development Service ; FAA-RD-76-134|
|Contributions||Schreyer, William M., Gaertner, Wolfgang W., United States. Federal Aviation Administration. Systems Research and Development Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||176|
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In optoelectronics, advanced commercial device software has emerged recently and it is expected to play an increasingly important role in the near future. This book will enable students, device engineers, and researchers to more effectively use advanced design software in optoelectronics.
Optoelectronic Devices Failure Mechanisms and Anomalies Light Sources Light sources (optoelectronic semiconductors) have failure modes and concerns similar to other semiconductor devices. Table 1 summarizes common failure modes and mechanisms of LEDs and laser diode devices.
LEDs have two primary failure modes described in a and b. Assessment andFile Size: KB. Most optical semiconductor devices are optoelectronic pn-junction devices, such as laser diodes, light-emitting diodes, and photodiodes. The main interest in the field of optoelectronic devices has shifted from device physics and operation principles to device applications.
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The development of optoelectronic devices began in the early s with the development of the LED and soon thereafter, the semiconductor laser. Holonyak had been experimenting with the alloy GaAsP to produce visible light via spontaneous emission (SE) and was successful in producing visible (red) LEDs [ ].
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Semiconductor lasers are the most important optoelectronic devices in modern optical technologies such as optical transmission systems, optical data storage, biomedical optoelectronics.
The principle of laser operation is that light, first produced by spontaneous emission, going back and forth through the gain medium in a cavity is amplified as.
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Module-1 Semiconductors. A large number of optoelectronic devices consist of a p-type and n-type region, just like a regular p-n diode.
The key difference is that there is an additional interaction between the electrons and holes in the semiconductor and light.
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The final four chapters deal exclusively with real devices, such as semiconductor lasers, photodiodes, flat panel displays, and MOSFETs.
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Gallium nitride and its related compounds enable the fabrication of highly efficient light-emitting diodes and lasers for a broad spectrum of wavelengths, ranging from red through yellow and green to blue and ultraviolet. Development of failure-rate models for semiconductor optoelectronic devices  Ellingham, Donald B.
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The failure rate in the early failure period is called the early failure rate (EFR), and exhibits a shape where the failure rate decreases over time. The vast majority of semiconductor device’s initial defects belong to those built into devices during wafer processing.
While most of these defects will be eliminated in the final sorting process, a. Systems Research and Development Service: Development of failure-rate models for semiconductor optoelectronic devices / (Washington, D.C.: Federal Aviation Administration, Systems Research & Development Service, ), also by Donald B.
Ellingham, Wolfgang W. Gärtner, William M. Schreyer, and Rome Air Development Center (page images at. Three years R&D experience in theory, modeling, simulating, and analyzing semiconductor electronic and optoelectronic devices in nanometer scale.
Published one book chapter and more than 20 Title: Staff Product Development. of semiconductor devices sze solution is universally compatible following any devices to read. Physics of Semiconductor Devices-Simon M.
Sze The Third Edition of the standard textbook and reference in the field of semiconductor devices This classic book has set the standard for advanced study and reference in the. This updated reference book, prepared by experts in their fields, contains dozens of articles covering a wide range of topics involving the failure analysis of microelectronics.
It places the most important and up-to-date information on this subject at your fingertips. Topics include: • Failure. Doyeol (David) Ahn has more than 35 years of experience in the semiconductor physics, optoelectronic devices and quantum information science.
One of his early papers on strained layer quantum well lasers published in IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics in became a classic in this field, which has more than several hundred citations. Electronics comprises the physics, engineering, technology and applications that deal with the emission, flow and control of electrons in vacuum and matter.
It uses active devices to control electron flow by amplification and rectification, which distinguishes it from classical electrical engineering which uses passive effects such as resistance, capacitance and inductance to control current flow. This book is the fourth in a series of RAC data publications dealing with discrete semiconductor device reliability.
It offers a detailed presentation of transistor, diode and optoelectronic device failure experience data as well as failure mode and mechanism information.
Key Equations: A listing of the key equations for semiconductor devices on the inside covers of the book is arranged thematically to help students digest the concepts. Units: Examples and problems are stated in terms of units commonly used in the semiconductor literature.
The basic system of units is rationalized MKS, although cm is often used. * Comsol/Matlab simulation and model development. * Optoelectronic and Microelectronic devices including microwave and power electronics, light-emitters, light detectors, and solar : Optoelectronic and. This reference book provides a fully integrated novel approach to the development of high-power, single-transverse mode, edge-emitting diode lasers by addressing the complementary topics of device engineering, reliability engineering and device diagnostics in the same book, and thus closes the gap in the current book literature.
Diode laser fundamentals are discussed, followed by an elaborate.