scanning acoustic microscope


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scanning acoustic microscope

[′skan·iŋ ə¦küs·tik ‚mī·krə‚skōp]
(acoustics)
A type of acoustic microscope in which a collimated beam of acoustic radiation is focused by a spherical cavity filled with coupling fluid and an object is mechanically scanned by moving it through the focus.
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Fraunhofer IMS requires a new or refurbished scanning acoustic microscope.
Depending on the volume of parts and customer needs, the parts may be scanned on a manual or partly automated C-mode scanning acoustic microscope (CSAM), or on a fully automated tray scanner.
The C-SAM, or C-Mode Scanning Acoustic Microscope, is an ultra-high-frequency ultrasonic imaging system that looks inside opaque samples and reveals internal features such as defects and construction details.
Those samples were measured with the scanning acoustic microscope Sonix HS-1000 using a 50 MHz focused lens with an aperture of 12[degrees] (Fig.
By 1973, Quate and colleague Ross Lemons had invented the scanning acoustic microscope.
North Shore Components, a leading broad line distributor of electronic and electromechanical components, has just expanded its industry-leading counterfeit detection services with the addition of the Insight 200 motorized 3-axis scanning acoustic microscope inspection system and the LTS-200 Robotic Lead Tinning System.
This capability has been enhanced significantly with the purchase of the Insight 200 motorized 3-axis scanning acoustic microscope inspection system for determining the authenticity of semiconductor plastic and flip chip packages.
Contract award notice: supply of a scanning acoustic microscope for the nhi centre loire valley.
One way to determine hidden structures and defects is to use a scanning acoustic microscope.
will install a scanning acoustic microscope (SAM), for use in wafer bonding analysis.
Customers of Palomar's Process Development and Prototyping Services can now use the Sonix UHR-2001 scanning acoustic microscope to measure the voiding in eutectic and epoxy die attach and improve their manufacturing processes.
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