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Microscopic Analysis of The Chips: Chips deprocessing

Originální název

Microscopic Analysis of The Chips: Chips deprocessing

Anglický název

Microscopic Analysis of The Chips: Chips deprocessing

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Nowadays many different types of chips are used virtually everywhere in the real world. Sometimes, it is necessary to ensure that a certain chip meets specific requirements. For this reason, it is essential to examine various properties of chips; one of those can be, e.g., the chip security with respect to its physical structure. This paper is a sequel to our previous publication regarding chip decapsulation. A further process of chip deprocessing is presented, so that the reader should be able to decapsulate a chip and also reveal the secrets of bare transistors hidden under different layers. The obtained specimens can be analysed with use of a microscope. Main analysis of such specimens will be the target for our next work.

Anglický abstrakt

Nowadays many different types of chips are used virtually everywhere in the real world. Sometimes, it is necessary to ensure that a certain chip meets specific requirements. For this reason, it is essential to examine various properties of chips; one of those can be, e.g., the chip security with respect to its physical structure. This paper is a sequel to our previous publication regarding chip decapsulation. A further process of chip deprocessing is presented, so that the reader should be able to decapsulate a chip and also reveal the secrets of bare transistors hidden under different layers. The obtained specimens can be analysed with use of a microscope. Main analysis of such specimens will be the target for our next work.

BibTex


@article{BUT96984,
  author="Dominik {Malčík} and Martin {Drahanský}",
  title="Microscopic Analysis of The Chips: Chips deprocessing",
  annote="Nowadays many different types of chips are used virtually everywhere in the real
world. Sometimes, it is necessary to ensure that a certain chip meets specific
requirements. For this reason, it is essential to examine various properties of
chips; one of those can be, e.g., the chip security with respect to its physical
structure.
This paper is a sequel to our previous publication regarding chip decapsulation.
A further process of chip deprocessing is presented, so that the reader should be
able to decapsulate a chip and also reveal the secrets of bare transistors hidden
under different layers. The obtained specimens can be analysed with use of
a microscope. Main analysis of such specimens will be the target for our next
work.",
  address="Springer Verlag",
  booktitle="The Third International Conference Ubiquitous Computing and Multimedia Applications 2012, Advanced Science and Technology Letters, Volume 7",
  chapter="96984",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Springer Verlag",
  number="7",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="june",
  pages="80--85",
  publisher="Springer Verlag",
  type="journal article - other"
}