Boosting Capabilities of Measurement Solutions for THz Frequencies with Unsurpassed
Measurement Dynamic Range, Calibration and Measurement Reproducibility
Taiwan, Oct. 6th, 2017 – MPI Corporation announced successful installation of the next-generation THZ probe system to the Kollberg Laboratory at Chalmers University of Technology, a leading research university located in Gothenburg, Sweden, to develop new measurement solutions for wafer-level characterization at THz frequency range.
The Kollberg laboratory, an already established infrastructure for terahertz characterization, now has superior capabilities for wafer-level electrical measurements, research on new materials, devices and circuits for sub-millimetre-wave frequency applications thanks to unique features of the new TS150-THZ probe system.
The integrated wafer probe system TS150-THZ from MPI Corporation was specifically designed for probing at THz frequencies incorporating many unique and innovative features to include seamless integration of vector network analyzer (VNA) frequency extenders of any type and frequency bands up to 1.7 THz. TS150-THZ provides the maximum possible measurement dynamic range and highest accuracy of measurement results. With the new and unique features, such as Probe Hover Control, Chuck Auto-Lock and Auto-Contact the new system significantly increases reproducibility of system calibration and measurement data and extends the lifetime of expensive THz accessories.
“As the renowned innovation leader in the field of wafer-level measurements, we are proud to deliver such a unique system to the world-class Chalmers’ THz researchers,” said Dr. Andrej Rumiantsev, Director of RF Technologies of AST Division at MPI. “As the application technology reached THz frequency, we will continue pushing wafer-level measurement limits with Chalmers’ researchers.”
Additional information is available at www.mpi-corporation.com/thz/
About Chalmers University of Technology
Chalmers University of Technology conducts research and offers education in technology, science, shipping and architecture in pursuit of its global vision for a sustainable future. Chalmers is well known for providing an effective environment for innovation and has eight priority areas of international significance: Building futures; energy; information and communication technology; life science engineering; materials science; nanoscience and nanotechnology; production; and transport.
Additional information is available at www.chalmers.se/en.
About MPI Corporation
Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Hsinchu, Taiwan, MPI Corporation is a global technology leader in Semiconductor, Light Emitting Diode (LED), Photo Detectors, Lasers, Materials Research, Aerospace, Automotive, Fiber Optic, Electronic Components and more. MPI’s four main business sectors include Probe Card, Photonics Automation, Advanced Semiconductor Test and Thermal Divisions. MPI products range from various advanced probe card technologies, probers, testers, material handlers, inspection and thermal air systems. Many of these products are accompanied by state-of-the-art Calibration and Test & Measurement software suites. The diversification of product portfolio and industries allows a healthy environment for employee growth and retention. Cross pollination of product technologies allows each new innovation to provide differentiation in areas that are meaningful to our precious customer base.
For more information please visit: www.mpi-corporation.com/ast/