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     · Digital Integrated Circuits Manufacturing Process EE141 A Modern CMOS Process p-well n-well p p-epi SiO 2 AlCu poly n SiO 2 p gate-oxide Tungsten TiSi 2 Dual-Well Trench-Isolated CMOS Process. Digital Integrated Circuits Manufacturing Process EE141 Circuit Under Design This two-inverter circuit (of Figure 3.25 in the text) will be

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  • Semiconductor Flash Memory ScalingPeople

     · flash memory DRAM has much faster program/read speed with very low perating o voltage while flash memory needs 1us to 1ms programming time and high programming voltage. Unfortunately DRAM is a volatile memory. The data retention time is about 100ms in DRAM while it is 10 years in flash memory a DRAM cell needs refreshing

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  • High-k/Metal Gate Technology

     · Typical HfSiON Process Flow Post Deposition Anneal (PDA)Post Deposition Anneal (PDA) Plasma NitridationPlasma Nitridation Post Nitridation AnnealPost Nitridation Anneal ・0.5 0.7nm of SiO 2 layer ・MOCVD HfSiO deposition ・Hf concentration Hf/(Hf Si) = 60 ・Contamination removal Densification with suppressing phase separation

    PPTRE W. Arden/A.Allan Email (3/16) Gartner

     · 2004 ITRS ORTC Overview Alan Allan/Intel Corp Stresa Italy 04/19 20/04 IRC/ITWG Workshop Preparation DRAM MPU Flash Model Foils Update of IRC 04/08/04 Rev2 Review . Slideshow by bunme

    PPTRE W. Arden/A.Allan Email (3/16) Gartner

     · 2004 ITRS ORTC Overview Alan Allan/Intel Corp Stresa Italy 04/19 20/04 IRC/ITWG Workshop Preparation DRAM MPU Flash Model Foils Update of IRC 04/08/04 Rev2 Review . Slideshow by bunme

    PPTRE W. Arden/A.Allan Email (3/16) Gartner

     · 2004 ITRS ORTC Overview Alan Allan/Intel Corp Stresa Italy 04/19 20/04 IRC/ITWG Workshop Preparation DRAM MPU Flash Model Foils Update of IRC 04/08/04 Rev2 Review . Slideshow by bunme

    PPTRE W. Arden/A.Allan Email (3/16) Gartner

     · 2004 ITRS ORTC Overview Alan Allan/Intel Corp Stresa Italy 04/19 20/04 IRC/ITWG Workshop Preparation DRAM MPU Flash Model Foils Update of IRC 04/08/04 Rev2 Review . Slideshow by bunme

    PPTRE W. Arden/A.Allan Email (3/16) Gartner

     · 2004 ITRS ORTC Overview Alan Allan/Intel Corp Stresa Italy 04/19 20/04 IRC/ITWG Workshop Preparation DRAM MPU Flash Model Foils Update of IRC 04/08/04 Rev2 Review . Slideshow by bunme

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  • Monolithic 3D DRAM TechnologyNCCAVS Usergroups

     · Process Flow Step 10 Make Bit Line (BL) contacts that are shared among various layers. Silicon Oxide Peripheral circuits Silicon Oxide 06 Silicon Oxide 06Silicon Oxide 06 Silicon Oxide 06 Silicon Oxide 06 Silicon Oxide 06Silicon Oxide 06 Silicon Oxide 06 WL Silicon oxide SL BL contact n Silicon Silicon oxide Symbols Gate electrode

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  • 1xnm DRAM ChallengesSemiconductor Engineering

     · In the DRAM process flow photomask manufacturing is one of the first steps. As before lithography determines the mask type and specs. For patterning DRAM vendors will extend today s 193nm immersion and multi-patterning at 20nm and beyond and for good reason.

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  • Hynix 30nm DRAM Layout Process Integration

     · DRAM memory has not been able to shrink the memory cell as quickly as flash memory. Leading edge flash memory products with dimensions around 20nm or less are being introduced to production while DRAM memory is still above 30nm. News about semiconductor process technologies products business and manufacturing issues.

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  • An Introduction to DRAMWiley

     · DRAM chip many smaller memory arrays are organized to achieve a larger memory size. For example 1 024 smaller memory arrays each composed of 256 kbits may constitute a 256-Meg (256 million bits) DRAM. 1.1.1.1 Reading Data Out of the Ik DRAM. Data can be read out of the DRAM by first putting the chip in the Read mode by pulling the R/W

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  • DRAM Architectures Interfaces and Systems A Tutorial

     · DRAM E 2 /E 3 E 1 F A CPU Mem Controller A Transaction request may be delayed in Queue B Transaction request sent to Memory Controller C Transaction converted to Command Sequences (may be queued) D Command/s Sent to DRAM E 1 Requires only a CAS or E 2 Requires RAS CAS or F Transaction sent back to CPU "DRAM Latency" = A B C D E F E 3 Requires

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  • 14 nm Process Technology Opening New Horizons

    • Dense 14 nm process features provide good die area scaling compared to 22 nm processor • 0.51x feature-neutral die area scaling • 0.63x die area scaling with added design features 82 mm2

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  • DRAM TechnologySmithsonian Institution

     · DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) is the main memory used for all desktop and larger computers. Each elementary DRAM cell is made up of a single MOS transistor and a storage capacitor (Figure 7-1). Each storage cell contains one bit of information. This charge however leaks off the capacitor due to the sub-threshold current of the cell transistor.

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