Abstract

Pulsed-LADA is found to play an important role in the advancement of next-generation LADA and it is reported that tens of μs pulses with 10 kHz frequency is sufficient to observe enhancements in carrier injection. Electrically-enhanced LADA (EeLADA), based on pulsed-LADA, is introduced as a new fault localization method capable to overcome current limitation of Laser Assisted Device Alteration (LADA) application on soft failure and extends it to hard failure debug. We present the EeLADA methodology and experimental data to demonstrate its feasibility.

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