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  • Skyworks Capacitor Model for ESD Applications
    and small-signal characteristics predicted by. the model coincide with measurement results. Furthermore,. by employing the human body model (HBM), an ESD. simulation environment is set up in order to simulate ESD. tests on Skyworks ESD Capacitors. The breakdown criteria. of two kinds of Skyworks ESD
  • ESD Compliance Testing and Recommended Protection Circuits for GaAs Devices
    Skyworks conducts ESD testing at both the device and system. levels. These tests are based on the requirements outlined in: ? ESD Association 2.0 Handbook. - Human Body Model (HBM). - Charged Device Model (CDM). ? IEC 61000-4-2 International Standard: Testing and. Measurement Techniques
  • RS-485 Transceiver Tutorial
    typical RS-485 ICs and explore the most common design considerations. Then, we'll examine electrostatic discharge protection and compare the Human Body Model and IEC61000-4-2 standards. Finally, we'll discuss over voltage protection and provide a snapshot of very high-speed transceivers (above 25Mbps
  • Highly integrated CMOS RF SPDT switch with ESD and unit cell optimisation in MCM
    of 21.7/21.2 dBm and IIP3 of 38.3/37.4 dBm are accomplished at 0.9/2.45. GHz, respectively. Finally, the switch achieves a RF electrostatic discharge (ESD) rating of 4 kV for the ± 2 kV human body model and. 500 V for the ± 200 V machine model.
  • SP720, SP721 and SP723 Turn-On and Turn-Off Characteristics (.pdf)
    that were subject to substantially more severe conditions than normal Human Body Model stress. The primary ESD protection requirement of the SCR structure is to absorb and divert energy away from the signal interface of sensitive circuits. Shown in Figure 1, each active input has a pair of SCRs to provide
  • Introduction
    , dimensions, material properties, and initial conditions. Tables of physical properties and characteristic dimensions of engineering materials and biological materials in living cells and the human body are included in Appendices 4 and 5 for the reader’s convenience. The reader is encouraged

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