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ESD Introduction

ESD is the discharge of static electricity. Static electricity is an excess or deficiency of electrons on one surface with respect to another surface or to ground. A surface exhibiting an excess of electrons is negatively charged, and an electron deficient surface is positively charged. Static

electricity is measured in terms of voltage (volts) and charge (coulombs).

When a static charge is present on an object, the molecules are electrically imbalanced. Electrostatic-Discharge (ESD) takes place. When an ESD-sensitive device, such as a power MOSFET, becomes part of the discharge path, or is brought within the bounds of an electrostatic field, it can be permanently damaged.

The transfer of electrostatic charge between bodies or surfaces at different electrostatic potential. ESD is a subset of EOS.

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Implications of ESD on IC industry

  • Major reliability threat in IC industry :
  • -Cause of approximately 1/3 of IC failures
  • ESD protection is very challenging against rapidly changing technologies
  • Standard model is used to characterize ESD :
  • - Human Body Model (HBM)
  • - Machine Model (MM)
  • - Charged Device Model (CDM)
  • ESD control is indispensable throughout devices’ life :
  • - Eliminating static charges from the workplaces
  • - Proper handling from manufacturing, shipping and field handling
  • - On-chip protection (clamp input voltage and bypass ESD current)
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ESD REQUIREMENTS (U.S.A.)

Human Body Model

+/- 2 kV Required by most customers Waivers given at 1 KV in some cases

+/- 4 kV Delco (Auto Manufacturer)

+/- 8 kV On Special Automotive Pins (Power Outputs)

Machine Model

No Standard for reliable testing Waivers given to 100 V in some cases

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Protection Schemes

The solutions for avoiding or reducing ESD failures

1) identifying and rectifying possible ESD sources

2) identifying and undertaking adequate prevention measures while handling the

ESD sensitive devices

3) incorporating built-in ESD protection networks in devices

4) providing awareness and training to users at all levels.

Two ways to reduce IC failures under ESD conditions :

The first approachfocuses on reducing the amount of ESD induced charges and redistributing them through proper handling of devices and controlling the handling environments.

The second approachis to implement on-chip protection circuits in order to improve the circuit robustness against ESD events by improving ESD performance of the individual circuit components.

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ESD Models

The ESD events are modeled under several industry standards, where the Most representatives and accepted are:

• IEC 61000-4-2 (Recognized internationally)

• MIL STD 883

• JEDEC A114 and A115

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Transient Suppression

  • Constant advances in semiconductor process technologies make the design of protection very challenging.
  • Protection circuit must divert transient current and clamp transient voltage below the failure threshold of the protected
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TVS (Transient Voltage Suppressor)

v.s

MLV ( Mutil-Layer Varistor )

Unidirection

Bi-Direction

MLV

TVS

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TVS v.s MLV

Characteristics

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Wireless Telecom ( Cell Phone / PDA )

MMC Interface

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

LCD Screen

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

Microphone

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

USB

SPE0511 , SPE0512

Bottom Connector

SPE0511 , SPE0512

Earphone

SPE0511 , SPE0512

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DVD Player / STB

IEEE 1394

( Digital Interface )

SPE0504 , SPE0505 , SPE0506

USB

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

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DV / DSC

LCD Screen

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

Microphone

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

LCD Screen

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

MMC Interface

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

USB

SPE0511 , SPE0512

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Motherboard / Notebook

IEEE 1394

( Digital Interface )

SPE0514 , SPE0515 SPE0504 . SPE0505

USB

SPE0511 , SPE0512

IEEE 1284

( Parallel interface )

SPE0514 , SPE0515 SPE0504 . SPE0505

MMC Interface

SPE0511 , SPE0512

SPE0514 , SPE0515

PS2

SPE0511 , SPE0512

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