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11/27/2013

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3D die stack with connecting wires running down the sides.
3D die stack with connecting wires running down the sides.

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Max The Magnificent
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Oooh, Tasty!
Max The Magnificent   11/27/2013 12:18:04 PM
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Come on -- you have to admit it -- my diagrams are rather tasty, aren't they? Just call me "The Visio Diva" :-)

 

Charles.Desassure
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Little Rascals...
Charles.Desassure   11/28/2013 11:29:58 PM
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Little rascals?  OK, you are really going back.  I think I remembered this show from my baby crib.  OK, I feel that the 3D technology is at a stand still.  I hope some of the vendors will see this post and come up with some new ideas.  Nice design by the way.

resistion
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wiring
resistion   11/29/2013 6:14:03 PM
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For the first figure, how exactly are the wires run along the sides? Thanks!

chipmonk0
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Re: 3D IC
chipmonk0   12/2/2013 6:53:48 PM
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The dilettantes are coming ! The dilettantes are coming !

resistion
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resistion   12/2/2013 8:19:32 PM
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It's hard to be subtle with 3DIC connections, so this intrigued me.

Max The Magnificent
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Re: wiring
Max The Magnificent   7/14/2014 3:16:44 PM
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@resistion: For the first figure, how exactly are the wires run along the sides? Thanks!

To tell you the truth, I'm not sure -- I'll see what I can find out.

 

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