The Ossila multiplexor (high density substrates) allows the researchers to quickly and easily characterize a large number of devices without the need of arranging probe or manual switches. The multiplexer is ideally suited for statistically analysis of the device performance, including lifetime and environmental degradation testing. It is compatible with the high density Ossila evaporation system (E321-E329) and the high density prefabricated test chips (S221-S228).
The two BNC back connectors allows easy integration with the majority of the SMU models available on the market, while the NI USB Card make it easily programmable with a variety of languages such as LabVIEW, Matlab or C. Mobility characterization software is available on request.
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Simply insert a substrate into the clip-fit bracket and start the test program to automatically characterize up to twenty devices with the OSSILA FACT software (contact Ossila for information on the control software and compatible SMUs).
Turn-key systems also available
Fully integrated turn-key mobility measurement systems complete with source-measure unit and control computer/software are also available to give your lab a one-stop measurement solution.
Designed for maximum experimental versatility and ease of handling. Intended for use by scientists wanting to perform a wide variety of experiments on new types of devices. Also good for teaching and training purposes.
Prefabricated substrates to make testing materials quick and simple and get the highest possible mobilities from new materials. Thermally evaporated gold or platinum electrodes on a silicon substrate with 300 nm silicon oxide gate dielectric. Optional OTS treatment makes device fabrication a one step process of spinning on your semiconductor. Fabricated to order for your research needs.
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