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IC/Component Construction Info

IC/Component Construction Info

IC/Component Construction Info

First Post.  Apologize if this was already posted, but I couldn't find it via search tool.

I was wondering if anyone could recommend any good books (and/or other resources) on the Construction of IC's and other devices, including fabrication and packaging.  My interests are most notably in:

Construction Methods.
Rad Hard techniques or construction.
Pre-cap Visual Inspection and Internal Construction.
Packages & Materials and their preferred application.
Military and Aerospace Devices (I Know alot of info is in the MIL Standards here but was hoping for more of an application doc than a spec).

My goal is to increase my knowledge of how IC's, semiconductors and other devices are constructed for various technologies and applications.


RE: IC/Component Construction Info

Integrated Circuit Engineering Glaser/Subak-Sharpe
VLSI Technology ed. Sze

Both are probably out of print, though


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