ADA4077-2S Single Event Effects Radiation Report PDF

SINGLE EVENT
LATCH-UP TEST
REPORT
ADA4077-2S
November 2015
Radiation Test Report
Product:
ADA4077-2S
Effective LET:
80.7 MeV-cm2/mg
Fluence:
1E7 Ions/cm2
Die Type:
2Y
RADEF, Univ. of Jyvaskyla,
Facilities:
Finland
Tested:
September 2015
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SINGLE EVENT EFFECTS
TEST REPORT
Test Type:
Heavy ion
Test facility:
RADEF, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Test Date:
September 2015
Part Type:
AD4077-2
Part Description:
Dual 4 MHz, 7 nV/√Hz, Low Offset and Drift, High
Precision Amplifiers
Part Manufacturer:
Analog Devices
Analog Devices PO No 45516080 dated 22/06/2015
Hirex reference :
HRX/SEE/0540
Issue : 01
Written by :
Mehdi Kaddour
Design Engineer
Authorized by:
F.X. Guerre
Study Manager
Date :
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October 28, 2015
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01 RESULTS SUMMARY
Facility
RADEF, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Test date
September 2015
Device description
Dual 4 MHz, 7 nV/√Hz, Low Offset and Drift, High Precision Amplifiers
Part type:
Part number:
Manufacturer:
Package:
Samples used:
Top marking:
Bottom marking:
Date code:
Die dimensions:
AD4077-2
ADA4077 – 2ARMZ
Analog Devices
MSOP-08
6
logo A 2X
#438 8053
1438
1.088 mm X 0.965 mm
SEL Results
No SEL neither step current increase has been observed when tested with V+/- set to 16.5V at any
LET value at 125°C with all tested samples.
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01 DOCUMENTATION CHANGE NOTICE
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All
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Contributors to this work:
Bendy Tanios
Mehdi Kaddour
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................ 6 2 APPLICABLE AND REFERENCE DOCUMENTS............................................................................................... 6 2.1 2.2 3 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 6 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS .................................................................................................................................... 6 DEVICE INFORMATION ......................................................................................................................................... 7 3.1 3.2 3.3 DEVICE DESCRIPTION........................................................................................................................................... 7 SAMPLE IDENTIFICATION ..................................................................................................................................... 7 SAMPLE PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF DEAD LAYER THICKNESS ................................................................ 7 4 RADEF FACILITY .............................................................................................................................................................. 8 5 TEST SET-UP .............................................................................................................................................................. 9 5.1 6 SEE TEST RESULTS ................................................................................................................................................ 11 6.1 7 AD4077-2 TEST PRINCIPLE AND CONDITIONS ...................................................................................................... 9 SEL RESULTS .................................................................................................................................................... 11 GLOSSARY ................................................................................................................................................................ 12 LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1 – AD4077-2 device identification......................................................................................................... 7 Figure 2 - Heavy ion test set-up ........................................................................................................................ 9 Figure 3 – AD4077-2 bias condition ................................................................................................................ 10 Figure 4 – Photo of test board ......................................................................................................................... 10 LIST OF TABLES
Table 1 – Ion beam setting .................................................................................................................................... 8 Table 2 - Voltage bias conditions applied to the 2 DUTs .................................................................................. 9 Table 3 - Tester supply channel affectation .................................................................................................... 10 Table 4 - Run table for AD4077-2, RADEF September 2015 ......................................................................... 11 HRX/SEE/0540 Issue 01
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01 Introduction
This report presents the results of SEL Heavy Ions test program carried out on Analog Devices
AD4077-2. On September 2015, 6 samples were used for heavy ions testing at RADEF, University
of Jyvaskyla, Finland .This work was performed for Analog Devices, Greensboro under PO n°
45516080 dated 22/06/2015.
2
Applicable and Reference Documents
2.1
Applicable Documents
AD-1. Datasheet: http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/datasheets/ADA4077-1_4077-2_4077-4.pdf
2.2
Reference Documents
RD-1. Single Event Effects Test method and Guidelines ESA/SCC basic specification No 25100
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DEVICE INFORMATION
3.1
Device description
AD4077-2 is a Dual 4 MHz, 7 nV/√Hz, Low Offset and Drift, High Precision Amplifiers.
Part type:
AD4077-2
Part number:
ADA4077 – 2ARMZ
Manufacturer:
Analog Devices
Package:
MSOP-08
Samples used:
6
Top marking:
logo A 2X
Bottom marking:
#438 8053
Date code:
1438
Die dimensions:
1.088 mm X 0.965 mm
Sample identification
12 AD4077-2 parts were delivered by Analog Devices, Greensboro. Samples were prepared and
opened chemically to be tested to heavy ions. 6 samples were verified fully functional before the test
campaign, and 6 were tested under irradiation.
3.2
Photo 1 – Device top view
Photo 2 – Device delidded
Photo 3 – die, full view
Photo 4 – Die marking #1
Photo 5 – Die marking #2
Photo 6 – Die marking #3
Figure 1 – AD4077-2 device identification
3.3
Sample preparation and evaluation of dead layer thickness
Samples were opened chemically.
Die micro-section results are given in appendix. Overall dead layer thickness on top of active zone is
less or equal to 10 microns of equivalent silicon.
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01 RADEF Facility Test at the cyclotron accelerator was performed at University of Jyvaskyla (JYFL) (Finland) under HIREX Engineering responsibility. The facility includes a special beam line dedicated to irradiation studies of semiconductor components and devices. It consists of a vacuum chamber including component movement apparatus and the necessary diagnostic equipment required for the beam quality and intensity analysis. The cyclotron is a versatile, sector‐focused accelerator of beams from hydrogen to xenon equipped with three external ion sources: two electron cyclotron resonance (ECR) ion sources designed for high‐charge‐
state heavy ions, and a multicusp ion source for intense beams of protons. The ECR's are especially valuable in the study of single event effects (SEE) in semiconductor devices. For heavy ions, the maximum energy attainable can be determined using the formula, 130 Q2/M, where Q is the ion charge state and M is the mass in Atomic Mass Units. Test chamber Irradiation of components is performed in a vacuum chamber with an inside diameter of 75 cm and a height of 81 cm. The vacuum in the chamber is achieved after 15 minutes of pumping, and the inflation takes only a few minutes. The position of the components installed in the linear movement apparatus inside the chamber can be adjusted in the X, Y and Z directions. The possibility of rotation around the Y‐axis is provided by a round table. The free movement area reserved for the components is 25 cm x 25 cm, which allows one to perform several consecutive irradiations for several different components without breaking the vacuum. The assembly is equipped with a standard mounting fixture. The adapters required to accommodate the special board configurations and the vacuum feed‐throughs can also be made in the laboratory’s workshops. The chamber has an entrance door, which allows rapid changing of the circuit board or individual components. A CCD camera with a magnifying telescope is located at the other end of the beam line to determine accurate positioning of the components. The coordinates are stored in the computer’s memory allowing fast positioning of various targets during the test. Beam quality control For measuring beam uniformity at low intensity, a CsI(Tl) scintillator with a PIN‐type photodiode readout is fixed in the mounting fixture. The uniformity is measured automatically before component irradiation and the results can be plotted immediately for more detailed analysis. A set of four collimated PIN‐CsI(Tl) detectors is located in front of the beam entrance. The detectors are operated with step motors and are located at 90 degrees with respect to each other. During the irradiation and uniformity scan they are set to the outer edge of the beam in order to monitor the stability of the homogeneity and flux. Two beam wobblers and/or a 0.5 microns diffusion Gold foil can be used to achieve good beam homogeneity. The foil is placed 3 m in front of the chamber. The wobbler‐coils vibrate the beam horizontally and vertically, the proper sweeping area being attained with the adjustable coil‐currents. Dosimetry The flux and intensity dosimeter system contains a Faraday cup, several collimators, a scintillation counter and four PIN‐CsI(Tl) detectors. Three collimators of different size and shape are placed 25 cm in front of the device under test. They can be used to limit the beam to the active area to be studied. At low fluxes a plastic scintillator with a photomultiplier tube is used as an absolute particle counter. It is located behind the vacuum chamber and is used before the irradiation to normalize the count rates of the four PIN‐CsI(Tl) detectors. Range Beam energy LETSRIM at surface Ion [MeV.cm2.mg‐1] [µm] [MeV] 20
Ne6+ 3.63
146
186
40 12+
Ar 10.2 118 372 56 15+
Fe 18.5
97
523
82 22+
Kr 32.1 94 768 131
Xe35+ 60.0 89 1217 SRIM‐2003.26 Table 1 – Ion beam setting HRX/SEE/0540 Issue 01
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01 Test Set-up
Test system Figure 2 shows the principle of the Heavy Ion test system.
The test system is based on a Virtex5 FPGA (Xilinx). It runs at 50 MHz. The test board has 168 I/Os
which can be configured using several I/O standards.
The test board includes the voltage/current monitoring and the latch-up management of the DUT
power supplies up to 24 independent channels.
The communication between the test chamber and the controlling computer is effectively done by a
100 Mbit/s Ethernet link which safely enables high speed data transfer.
Chamber Wall
External to Chamber
Temperature
Control system
Voltage/Current
Monitoring
External Power
Supplies
COMPUTER
Graphical
User
Interface
Signal
Generators
Internal to Chamber
I/O
Interface
VIRTEX 5
FPGA
LAN
4 Chanel
400MHz Digitizer
DUTs
BEAM COUNTER
Figure 2 - Heavy ion test set-up
5.1
AD4077-2 test principle and conditions
In order to test the AD4077-2, one daughter board was designed. 2DUTs were mounted on this
board (Dut1 and Dut2 positions) and bias conditions are given in Figure 3 and Table 2. Table 3 gives
the tester supply channel number used in the tester report.
DUT heating is performed with a thermal resistor in contact with DUTs back side using a thermal
conductive paste. The temperature is regulated thanks to a thermocouple sensor put on top of the
DUT package.
SEL event is detected when the supply current is over a configurable threshold (in the present case
set to 100 mA for V+ and -100mA for V-) and processed (the power supplies are cut off during a
configurable wait time, in the present case set to 1s).
The tester monitors independently the 2 DUTs supplies at the same time. If an SEL is detected on 1
supply channel, the tester system records current/voltage on all channels.
Supply name
DUT_V+
DUT_VINPUT
voltage
+16.5V/15V/5V
-16.5V/-15V/-5V
Sine wave ±1V at 100
KHz
Table 2 - Voltage bias conditions applied to the 2 DUTs
Supply name
DUT1_V+
DUT1_VDUT2_V+
DUT2_VINPUT
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Tester supply channel #
1
2
3
4
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01 Table 3 - Tester supply channel affectation
Input: Sine wave ±1V at 100 KHz
Supply voltage: ±16.5V max and ±15.0 and ±5.0V if SEL events are monitored
Load resistance = 2 kΩ
For DUT1

Channel A gain set to +1

Channel B gain set to -1
For DUT2

Channel A gain set to -1

Channel B gain set to +1
Figure 3 – AD4077-2 bias condition
AD4077-2
DUT1 & 2
Supplies
interface
Figure 4 – Photo of test board
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01 SEE test results
Runs performed are listed in Table 4.
3 boards have been tested with 2 AD4077-2 samples mounted on each board (Dut1 and Dut2
positions).
Upon test completion, all samples were found fully functional
SEL Results
No SEL neither step current increase has been observed when tested with V+/- set to 16.5V at any
LET value at 125°C with all tested samples.
dut_part_number under test test_mode temperature ° C Ion LET MeV/(mg/cm2) roll tilt run_duration s achieved fluence ions/cm2 eff. LET MeV/(mg/cm2) 1,2 16.5V SEL 105 Ar 10.2 0 0 329 1.00E+07 10.2 OK 5 5 2 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Ar 10.2 0 0 342 1.00E+07 10.2 OK 11 11 3 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Ar 10.2 0 0 299 1.00E+07 10.2 OK 14 14 3 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Fe 18.5 0 0 323 1.00E+07 18.5 OK vacuum 17 17 4 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Fe 18.5 0 0 326 1.00E+07 18.5 OK vacuum 24 24 4 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Kr 32.1 0 0 310 1.00E+07 32.1 OK RADEF vacuum 27 27 4 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Kr 32.1 0 37 326 1.00E+07 40.2 OK RADEF vacuum 28 28 4 1,2 16.5V
SEL
125
Kr
32.1
0
50
97 2.61E+06 49.9
OK
RADEF vacuum 29 29 4 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Kr 32.1 0 50 139 1.00E+07 49.9 OK RADEF vacuum 38 38 3 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Kr 32.1 0 0 135 1.00E+07 32.1 OK RADEF vacuum 39 39 3 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Kr 32.1 0 37 172 1.00E+07 40.2 OK RADEF vacuum 40 40 3 1,2 16.5V
SEL
125
Kr
32.1
0
50
191 1.00E+07 49.9
OK
RADEF vacuum 53 53 3 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Xe 60 0 0 526 1.00E+07 60.0 OK RADEF vacuum 54 54 3 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Xe 60 0 31 389 1.00E+07 70.0 OK RADEF vacuum 55 55 3 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Xe 60 0 42 364 1.00E+07 80.7 OK RADEF vacuum 59 59 4 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Xe 60 0 0 300 1.00E+07 60.0 OK RADEF vacuum 60 60 4 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Xe 60 0 31 269 1.00E+07 70.0 OK RADEF vacuum 61 61 4 1,2 16.5V SEL 125 Xe 60 0 42 335 1.00E+07 80.7 OK vacuum RADEF vacuum RADEF vacuum RADEF vacuum RADEF RADEF dut_comment board_id 2 RADEF power_config Facility_run_number 4 medium 4 Facility hirex_run_number 6.1
Table 4 - Run table for AD4077-2, RADEF September 2015
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01 Glossary
Most of the definitions here below are from JEDEC standard JESD89A
DUT: Device under test.
Fluence (of particle radiation incident on a surface): The total amount of particle radiant energy
incident on a surface in a given period of time, divided by the area of the surface.
In this document, Fluence is expressed in ions per cm2.
Flux: The time rate of flow of particle radiant energy incident on a surface, divided by the area of
that surface.
In this document, Flux is expressed in ions per cm2*s.
Single-Event Effect (SEE): Any measurable or observable change in state or performance of a
microelectronic device, component, subsystem, or system (digital or analog) resulting from a single
energetic particle strike.
Single-event effects include single-event upset (SEU), multiple-bit upset (MBU), multiple-cell upset
(MCU), single-event functional interrupt (SEFI), single-event latch-up (SEL.
Single-Event Transient (SET): A soft error caused by the transient signal induced by a single
energetic particle strike.
Single-Event Latch-up (SEL): An abnormal high-current state in a device caused by the passage of
a single energetic particle through sensitive regions of the device structure and resulting in the loss
of device functionality.
SEL may cause permanent damage to the device. If the device is not permanently damaged, power
cycling of the device (off and back on) is necessary to restore normal operation.
An example of SEL in a CMOS device is when the passage of a single particle induces the creation
of parasitic bipolar (p-n-p-n) shorting of power to ground.
Single-Event Latch-up (SEL) cross-section: the number of events per unit fluence. For chip SEL
cross-section, the dimensions are cm2 per chip.
Error cross-section: the number of errors per unit fluence. For device error cross-section, the
dimensions are cm2 per device. For bit error cross-section, the dimensions are cm2 per bit.
Tilt angle: tilt angle, rotation axis of the DUT board is perpendicular to the beam axis; roll angle,
board rotation axis is parallel to the beam axis
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