are the contact pads electrical or fluidic?
On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 7:47 PM, Shuo Cheng wrote:
> I want to test a whole bunch of chips that have 30 440 um x 440 um contact
> pads, with a pitch of 880 um. Since the functionality of these devices are
> high unpredictable, I want to build a reusable fixture where chips can be
> interchanged rapidly. These devices are electron emitters, so the fixture
> needs to be open on the front side and be vacuum compatible. Is there any
> easy and cheap way of doing this? I think this may be a pretty standard
> task for MEMS people. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
> Shuo Cheng, PhD
> Postdoctoral Associate
> Microsystems Technology Laboratories
> Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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