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December 1, 1999
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Foundry Process
The NASTEE (no added steps tunneling electrical erasable) process is a unique embedded capability that increases the flexibility of trimmed components produced with its 0.5 mm mixed-signal process. NASTEE replaces and improves traditional masking and laser-trimming techniques used to fine-tune analog and mixed-signal circuits. Using fewer steps than traditional masked electronically erasable technology, NASTEE reduces cost and cycle time and allows trimming (or fine-tuning) at the wafer sort level and again in the package.
American Microsystems Inc. (AMI),
Pocatello, ID
(208) 233-4690.

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