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SILICON CARBIDE (SiC)

Silicon Carbide (SiC) has electronic and physical properties that offers superior performance devices for high power applications.  It is also used as a substrate to grow high quality Gallium Nitride (GaN) enabling fast swtiching, high power RF devices. SiC may be etched using Inductively Coupled Plasma Etching (ICP)and deposited using Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PECVD)or Inductively Coupled Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (ICPCVD).

 

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WHITE PAPER: WORLD LEADING PLASMA PROCESS SOLUTIONS FOR SiC POWER DEVICES

In this white paper, we consider the role of plasma processing and its importance in defining device performance and optimal strategies for the application. We also examine the structure of primary SiC devices such as SBDs and MOSFETs.

WEBINAR: ENABLING THE SiC REVOLUTION: PLASMA PROCESSING FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE

In this webinar, you will learn our top five tips on how plasma etch and deposition play an essential role in making great devices. Everything you wanted to know about plasma process solutions for SiC but were afraid to ask!

Process expertise applied to demonstrate high etching rate with defect free surface. Excellent selectivity to underlying layers achieved in Via etch for RF device. Good control of profile with no trenching demonstrated in features etch for Power devices.

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Process optimized for defect free etched surface with competitive etching rate.

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Different chemistries can be used: pure and diluted silane
Highly uniform film with good control of stress
Doping possible using PH3, B2H6, TMB, TMP.

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Different chemistries can be used: pure and diluted silane
Highly uniform film with good control of stress
Doping possible using PH3, B2H6, TMB, TMP.

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