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Establishment of a Measurement Data Evaluation Environment

Establishment of a Measurement Data Evaluation Environment

When measuring and evaluating characteristics of electronic devices there is always desire for understanding and evaluating the bulk of measurement results from various perspectives. However, it is difficult to handle off-shelf evaluation, while the process is time consuming and consequently raising problems as analysis and evaluation works do not proceed as anticipated.

To solve this problem, software developed in short time and designed with minimal functions to satisfy the need for evaluations, is, case-by-case, important for establishing an environment capable of responding flexibly to given tasks. Alongside our semiconductor measuring and evaluation service offers, we assist in building an environment by which these electrical measurement results can be displayed, verified and results further be compared and ascertained with simulation results.

With this service such an evaluation environment can be established flexibly and promptly.

 

Example of a Measurement Data Evaluation Environment

An application example of a Measurement Data Evaluation Environment is shown below in Figures 1 to 3.

Figure 1: Any of the measurement data listed up in the table can be displayed in the graphic window for a bulk verification of results.

Optional measurement data listed up in the table
Figure 1: Optional measurement data listed up in the table.

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Figure 2: In addition to scaling any graph in the graphic window, results can be verified by switching to logarithmic display.

Results switched to logarithmic display
Figure 2: Scaling of the graphs and switching to logarithmic display.

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Figure 3: Verification of results by overlaying circuit simulation results. Also, sensitivity analysis can be performed by changing simulation parameters.

Sensitivity analysis
Figure 3: Verification of results by overlaying circuit simulation results. Sensitivity analysis can be performed by changing simulation parameters.

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