immersion lens


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immersion lens

[ə′mər·zhən ‚lenz]
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25 um optical resolution solid immersion lens, electronics with picosecond timing accuracy, field-proven inverted-column tester docking and a mature GUI interface.
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FEI's Helix detector technology, introduced with the Nova NanoSEM, combines magnetic immersion lens and low-vacuum SEM technologies for the first time in the history of field emission scanning electron microscopy.
EmiScope(R)-II: Featuring a Solid Immersion Lens (SIL), the EmiScope-II provides transistor-level backside analysis of complex IC designs with both flip-chip and wire bond packaging technologies and increased number of metal layers.
TeraStor(TM) Corporation today announced an agreement with Yamaha Corporation, Shizuoka, Japan, to co-develop the flying optical head that incorporates the solid immersion lens (SIL), a critical component used in the Near Field Recording(TM) (NFR(TM)) disk drives developed by TeraStor.