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Scan Failure Diagnosis - YieldAssist / Calibre Demo

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The YieldAssist/Calibre demo first highlights the use of physical layout data in Calibre to identify high-risk net pairs which are susceptible to bridging defects. Next, TestKompress is used to generate compressed patterns targeting each of the selected net pairs for the bridging fault model. Tester failure files are then analyzed by YieldAssist to identify, classify, and prioritize defect suspects. Finally, the viewing of defect suspects in the logical (gate) and physical (layout) environments is demonstrated.

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