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This day, every little thing from mobile phones to microwaves to CD avid gamers all comprise microcontrollers, or miniature desktops, which have to be programmed to accomplish particular projects. Designing such platforms calls for an realizing of either microprocessor electronics and programming languages. This e-book is written for the economic electronics engineer who must use or change to the Intel 8051 kin of microcontrollers and enforce it utilizing a c language. .

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4 (a) Typical ESD damages in microelectronics. (b) Magnified view of IC damaged by ESD. 1. 1 ESD Susceptibility of Various Electronic Devices to Human Body ESD Device Type Range of ESD Susceptibilty (V) VMOS MOSFET GaAsFET EPROM JFET SAW OP AMP CMOS Schottky diodes Film resistors (thick, thin) Bipolar transistors ECL (PC board level) SCR Schottky TTL HCMOS (74HCOO) with integrated protection NMOS 3 μ (with protection) NMOS 1 μ (with protection) • 30–1800 100–200 +100, −800 100 140–7000 150–500 190–2500 250–3000 300–2500 300–3000 380–7000 500–1500 680–2500 1100–2500 2000–4000 6000 3000 Reported levels depend on the criteria selected: Was a part declared failed when it was functionnally wrong?

Events/shift for personnel ESD. with the personnel ESD survey, site selection was not a problem because a large sample of locations was available. The situation was different with computer rooms: Sites with a significant history of ESD events were sometimes modified prior or during the survey, for instance, by increasing the RH%, or replacing some furniture with antistatic type, to correct a serious ESD problem. As a result, the measured event rate was biased by artificially reduced ESD voltages.

EMC Symposium, Zurich, 1985, p. 25–30. 20. , and Jobava, R. Influence of Speed of Approach and Humidity on Intensity of ESD. EMC Symposium, Zurich, 1999. 21. Pommerenke, D. and Aidam, M. ESD Waveform Calculation of Human & Simulated ESD. Journal of Electrostatics, Vol. 38, Nov. 1996, p. 33–51. Chapter 2 Effects of ESD on Electronics B efore addressing the various ESD simulators and test methods, we found it necessary to cover the essential coupling mechanisms by which an ESD actually disturbs or damages electronic circuits.

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