Advanced LIVA / TIVA Techniques

@inproceedings{Falk2001AdvancedL,
  title={Advanced LIVA / TIVA Techniques},
  author={Reinhard Falk},
  year={2001}
}
LIVA (Light Induced Voltage Alterations) and TIVA (Thermally Induced Voltage Alterations) have demonstrated significant capability for fault isolation. A difficulty with both techniques is their use of a constant current source, whereas integrated circuits operate with a constant voltage source. A new technique that utilizes the constant current sensing of LIVA/TIVA, while allowing for use of constant voltage bias on the integrated circuit, has been developed. As a bonus, the technique is also… CONTINUE READING
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