Abstract

Laser-voltage probing (LVP) and imaging (LVI) using a continuous-wave (CW) 1320-1340nm laser have become mainstream techniques for electrical fault isolation. A 1064nm laser with a 20% shorter wavelength offers immediate resolution advantages compared to 1320nm at a cost of increased intrusion. This paper explores the potential of CW 1064nm laser and identifies opportunities in fault isolation

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