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First, the authors target not only catastrophic types of faults (such as stuck-at faults or hard bridging faults), but also parametric types of faults (including both resistive open faults and resistive bridging faults between interposer wires).
Several studies also did show that most silicon defects exhibit bridging fault behavior and test strategies that use simple fault model, such as single stuck-at, do not satisfy the growing test quality requirements (Pomeranz et al.
Topics include test compression based on a JPEG variable-length coding algorithm, an efficient peak power reduction technique for scan testing, optimum test set for bridging faults detection in reversible circuits, and test efficiency analysis and improvement for SOC test platforms.
Galaxy 2004 Delivers Higher Test Quality Through Bridging Fault Support in TetraMAX DSMTest
With more companies now striving towards lower DPM (defect per million) levels, TestKompress 2007 has added support for physically-aware bridging fault models.
FastScan supports stuck-at, transition and bridging fault model as well as quiescent current (IDDQ) testing and Critical Path ATPG (CPA) for path delay test pattern generation.
Cadence's new True-Time for bridges allows users to automatically generate delay tests that target bridging fault models, a common nanometer design defect.
The DFT-PRO 200 package is the basic DFT-PRO 100 package with additional support for transition and bridging fault models.