Electrical analysis

TP Thermoelectric properties
Functional characterization of thermoelectric materials, including electrical conductivity, Seebeck coefficient and thermal conductivity in the room temperature – 800 °C range. Thermoelectric planar module testing (power output, conversion efficiency) up to 600 °C.
RF-VNAC RF VNA characterization with probe station
A VNA (Vector Network Analyser) is the technique used to characterize the electrical response of any electrical network (a circuit or component) with a given number of ports (inputs/outputs) in terms of their electrical response at alternating signals of a given frequency.
EC Electrochemical characterisation
Cyclovoltammetry, is an analytical method for detecting and characterizing oxidizable and reducible compounds in solution. This method is specially used for additives concentrations analyses in copper electroplating bathes.
MET Microprobe electrical testing
Microprobe stations allow measuring at chip level and at wafer level (before dies are being cut and used singularly) in combination with equipment for AD/DC measurements, such as a good number of semiconductor parameter analyzers, impedance analyzers, voltage and current sources, capacimeters, and dedicated test structures.
MPET Mercury Probe Electrical Testing
The Mercury Probe is an electrical probing device to make rapid, non-destructive contact to a sample for electrical characterization. Its primary application is semiconductor measurement where otherwise time-consuming metallization or photolithographic processing are required to make contact to a sample.