EE 215 Spring 06 Homework #2
1) Use L-Edit to spell out your name in poly0. An example of my name is shown below:
Once you have spelled out your name, make a 100x100 array of your name. An example using my name is shown below:
2) Using the minimum
EE 215 Spring 06 Homework #1
1) As you read the two articles by Feynman, which are available in the reference section of our course website, make a list of his predictions for microsystems. What did he get right? What did he get wrong? 2) Get a copy
EE 215 Spring 06 Homework #5
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Liu problem 10.3 Liu problem 10.8 Liu problem 10.9 Liu problem 10.10 (a) Run the anisotropic etch simulation for one sided and (b) two sided etching of a <100> wafer in IntelliSuite. (c) What would happen f
EE 215 Spring 06 Homework 5 Solutions
1) Liu problem 10.3
54.7
x
x
W = 2 x + 10 = 2
300 + 10 = 2(212.4) + 10 = 434.8 tan(54.7)
So the correct answer is (2) 435 m 2) Liu problem 10.8
EE 215 Spring 06 Homework 5 Solutions
3) Liu problem 10.9
4)
EE 215 Homework 4
1) Liu 5.2 2) Liu 5.4 3) Liu 5.6 4) Liu 13.1 5) Liu 13.3 6) Liu 13.5 7) For Dmitry Kozak: Senturia 11.1 8) For Dmitry Kozak: Senturia 13.2
EE 215 Homework 4 Solutions
1) Liu 5.2:
1 = r w1 E 1 t 12
(
) + (w
2
6 w1 w 2 E 1 E 2 t1 t 2 ( t1 + t 2 )( 1 2 ) T
22 2 E 2t2 )
)
2 + 2 w1 w 2 E 1 E 2 t1 t 2 2 t 12 + 3t 1 t 2 + 2 t 2
(
)
= 87 . 47 r = 11 . 43 x10 3 meters
The radius o
EE 215 Homework 3
You can work on the layout problems in your design groups and just turn in one layout per group. Be sure to list the names of all the group members. Please do the non-layout problems individually. 1) Draw the cross section A-A of th
EE 215 Homework 3
You can work on the layout problems in your design groups and just turn in one layout per group. Be sure to list the names of all the group members. Please do the non-layout problems individually. 1) Draw the cross section A-A of th
EE 215 Spring 06 Homework #2
1) Use L-Edit to spell out your name in poly0. An example of my name is shown below:
Once you have spelled out your name, make a 100x100 array of your name. An example using my name is shown below:
2) Using the minimum
EE 215 Spring 06 Homework #1 Solutions
1) As you read the two articles by Feynman, which are available in the reference section of our course website, make a list of his predictions for microsystems. What did he get right? What did he get wrong? Some