27 entries, filtered by: Webinar Recording
Published: September 2013

This webinar session focuses on the importance of proper characterization data for successful analog design, and discusses how modeling and process characterization can make life easier for analog design engineers. It covers statistic modeling approaches, model quality assurance and process calibration.


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Published: October 2013

Is there magic that makes analog designs successful? How can designs achieve ESD (electro-static discharge) specifications? Do DFM methods make designs more robust? This webinar answers these questions and provides tips & tricks for analog design.


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Published: June 2014

First-time-right in analog design depends not only on proper consideration of process variations and design sensitivities but also on device reliability. Device aging can jeopardize performance and long-term product success and therefore should be taken into account as early as possible in the development. This webinar provides an overview of reliability physics and considerations and gives guidance on reliability conscious circuit design. Critical issues are discussed and future options for a reliability-aware design flow are indicated.


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Published: July 2014

To meet stringent quality requirements like 0 ppm, it's essential to build in robust quality and verify it during product design development. This webinar will review the impact of manufacturing variations and tolerances in semiconductor processes for zero-failure-quality targets. It will introduce countermeasures like six-sigma design practice, design centering, robustness indicator figures (RIF) and statistical reliability modeling. Quality verification and robustness validation concepts will be discussed, as well as selected quality assurance methods that can be applied in the manufacturing chain.    


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Published: March 2015

An increasing number of applications such as automotive engine management require electronic systems which operate reliably at temperatures above 150°C. Designers are facing the challenges of dealing with changes in electrical characteristics, higher leakage current and thermally accelerated degradation.This webinar looks at the device physics, electrical properties of MOSFETs and NVMs, and degradation mechanisms at elevated temperatures up to 200°C. It will discuss the behaviour of CMOS when it is operated at higher temperatures and how the issues which arise can be mitigated by process architecture and design techniques. In addition, X-FAB’s broad portfolio of bulk and SOI CMOS processes for use at high temperatures up to 225°C will be presented.


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Published: May 2015

With 2015 designated as “Year of the Light” by UNESCO, X-FAB will reflect this theme with a free webinar in May about its integrated photo diodes that span the light spectrum from ultra-violet to infra-red. Come learn the challenges of supporting all parts of the spectrum with highly sensitive photo diodes. See how various photo diode structures compare in terms of light sensitivity, dark current and capacitance. Find out how to select the right devices for your optical sensor applications.


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Published: June 2015

Reducing power consumption is unquestionably a top priority for analog/mixed-signal designs due to growing demand for battery-powered mobile applications. Responding to this need, X-FAB will offer a free webinar worldwide. This webinar explains how a unique combination of technology – a CPF/UPF (Common / Unified Power Format) design specification and X-FAB’s digital standard cell libraries – makes low-power designs more reliable and reusable.
Come find out how to prepare and apply low-power design specifications with CPF and UPF standards that can help shorten design cycles and reduce errors at each design stage. Also learn how X-FAB’s digital standard cells with multi-voltage/ power shut-off are implemented, and how they work together with a power aware tool chain to enhance low power design flows.
X-FAB’s reference kit supports fast and easy adoption of such power aware design flows by providing a realistic design and detailed documentation.


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