Abstract

Space Domain Reflectometry (SDR) is a newly developed non-destructive failure analysis (FA) technique for localizing open defects in both packages and dies through mapping in space domain the magnetic field produced by a radio frequency (RF) current induced in the sample, herein the name Space Domain Reflectometry. The technique employs a scanning superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) RF microscope operating over a frequency range from 60 to 200 MHz. In this paper we demonstrate that SDR is capable of locating defective micro bumps in a flip-chip device.

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