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re: EUV litho source is much brighter, says Ushio
adelestuart   6/20/2013 10:18:43 AM
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re: EUV litho source is much brighter, says Ushio
resistion   5/13/2013 4:37:56 PM
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Just read Ushio no longer supporting this activity. I think they saw the writing on the wall. http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130509005460/en/USHIO-Consolidate-EUV-Business-Single-Unit-Japan

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re: EUV litho source is much brighter, says Ushio
resistion   11/9/2011 7:09:39 AM
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If EUV's first node already requires double patterning, its third node will require quadruple.

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re: EUV litho source is much brighter, says Ushio
double-o-nothing   11/9/2011 5:24:31 AM
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If EUV is going to require double patterning, as has been suggested for the NXE 3300, the throughput is never going to catch up, and the cost effectiveness justification is gone.

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re: EUV litho source is much brighter, says Ushio
resistion   10/31/2011 3:01:53 PM
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"output equivalent" is not same as actual output. And the intermediate focus power has to increase to keep the same throughput for smaller features. It is not a fixed 100 W target. EUV production is such a highly inefficient process, the very opposite of green. So much energy going in, only for low efficiency production of radiation at many wavelengths over a broad range, all of which (except one) are then re-absorbed (i.e., wasted). At least excimer lasers produce a very narrow wavelength range.



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