Summary of Mikrochip-Herstellung - Wie entsteht ein Chip? | Infineon

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The video explains how microchips are made, from extracting silicon to creating transistors and testing the finished product. It also discusses some of the technology used in the process, including design tools and manufacturing techniques.

  • 00:00:00 This video explains how microchips are created, with a focus on the use of silicon and silicon-based materials. It covers the process of extracting silicon from raw materials and discusses the various sizes and shapes of microchips that are available. Silicon is a semiconductor material that can be used in both an electrical and a non-electrical way, and its atomic structure is similar to that of phosphorus. Transistors are the smallest electrical units used in microchips and their role is to control electric currents and voltages. They are made of silicon and phosphorus materials and are located in close proximity to each other within microchips. Although microchips are small, they are made up of billions of transistors and are essential in modern electronic devices.
  • 00:05:00 This video discusses the process of creating a microchip, from defining the functions of the chip to testing and calculating the electrical connections of transistors. It also explains the use of special design tools to create plans for the integrated circuits, and the development of a three-dimensional architecture for chip layouts. The process is then illustrated with one-page sketches of the circuitry. Finally, a discussion of the manufacturing process is given, including the use of air filters and ventilation systems to keep the working area clean.
  • 00:10:00 This video explains how microchips are made, and discusses some of the technology used in the process. It covers various stages of chip production, and explains how test structures are used to check the quality of the finished chips.

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